Wildlife Works, Inc. Annual Fundraiser Dinner Dance
It's almost time for our Annual Fundraiser Dinner Dance, where we have a blast eating and dancing together with our community. This event is a huge fundraiser for Wildlife Works, and supports our wildlife care efforts more than you can imagine. Please join us on Saturday, September 30 from 6-10 PM and share our flyer wherever you'd like.
If you are an individual or a business and would like to donate food or a prize item to our event, please contact the wildlife works office using the information on our contact page. See you there!
New Waterfowl Enclosure: Construction Update
Construction on the new Waterfowl Enclosure is progressing again, much to our delight. The concrete pouring is finished, and support structures are in place. Let's hope that the unpredictable summer weather allows us to move forward quickly.
Check in with us soon for more updates!
Hempfield Manor Community Educational Event
Winter/Spring 2017 Newsletter
If you would like to download and read our most recent newsletter, click here! In this issue, we provide updates on our rehabilitated mute swan, and our friend the Bald Eagle who is still under our care. Learn about our most popular winter admission, the shy and adorable flying squirrel. Please enjoy reading, and share this informational piece with your friends and family.
Wildlife Rescue Rules
Spring is on its way and wildlings will soon be out and about! If you see an animal that may be in distress, please refer to our Wildlife Rescue Rules before intervening. In many situations, it is actually better to leave the wildling alone! To view our suggestions on how to handle a wildlife situation, please click here.
Summer/Fall 2015 Newsletter
Shopping Using Amazon Smile!
When shopping through Amazon.com, please consider using the web address http://smile.amazon.com. If you use this web address, Amazon.com will donate 0.5% of your purchase price to a charity of your choice. One of the charities you can choose from is Wildlife Works, Inc! More information can be found at Amazon Smile's FAQ webpage.
Golden Eagle Success Story
This past March, we took in a Golden Eagle that had been hit by a train and had a broken wing. After months of rehabilitation, we are proud to say that he was successfully released on July 24th! Take a look at our slideshow below to see the progress this gorgeous animal made during his stay with us! A big thanks to Milly Gallik for taking these amazing photographs! Also, watch the WPXI news story here!