I’m grateful for my colleagues who have helped make that possible. I’m grateful for the courage, commitment, and resiliency of my colleagues who have gone into the Center.
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Reading through all of the Year In Review posts so far though, I’ve noticed a trend; sure, life is wacky and crazy right now, but some things haven’t changed.
Sometimes, though, we find a way to make a special moment out of the circumstances we are handed.
2020 will be remembered for a lot of things, but for me, it will be remembered as a year of saying good-bye.
The strength that everyone at the Wildlife Center shows in the face of adversity – and the support that they’ve shown each other – really shows.
Another moment – probably my most memorable case at WCV – was a little Carolina Wren (CAWR #20-3689). This sweet little wren came in on 12/12/2020 after having its leg stuck in a mousetrap.
Though the Wildlife Center was closed to the public this year, there was no shortage of visitors around the Center grounds.
The best way that I found these little adventures was volunteering to transport and release many of our patients this spring, summer, and fall.
As a newer member of the WCV team, I was lucky enough to have an opportunity to see how the Center works to help animals from both the perspective of a rescuer and an employee.
Critter Nation, this one’s for you.