Celebrate Spring with the Wildlife Center of Virginia's special Caring for Bunnies and Caring for Robins program!
Each year, the Wildlife Center admits thousands of young animals – the “baby season” at the Wildlife Center typically runs from February through October. These young animals keep the veterinary team busy – particularly the staff rehabilitators and students, as they feed these hungry patients multiple times a day! Eastern cottontails are typically the most numerous mammal species admitted to the Center [343 in 2016] and American Robins are the most numerous songbird species in care [66 in 2016]!
What better way to say "Happy Easter" or "Happy Spring" than with a special Caring for Critters sponsorship of these Wildlife Center patients?
As a special Spring Caring for Critters sponsor, you [or your gift recipient] will receive a special sponsorship packet, including:
- Detailed information about your chosen species [bunnies or robins], including the care they receive at the Wildlife Center, natural history information, and some tips on how you can help wildlife;
- A photo of a bunny or robin patient;
- A personalized certificate of sponsorship; and
- Periodic email updates about some of our 2017 patients.
This standard sponsorship package is available for $25 [six months]/$50 [one year].
We're SOLD OUT of our Deluxe sponsorships -- the cookies are gone! Thank you!
We are also offering a Deluxe Spring Caring for Critters package that also includes: Four chocolate-covered cookies from Mary’s Cakery and Candy Kitchen, an acclaimed chocolatier from King George, Virginia. An adorable finger puppet from Folkmanis. [5" furry palm-sized rabbit puppet or 4" tall robin puppet].
The Deluxe sponsorship package is $35 [six months]/$60 [one year]. Shipping costs are included with both packages.
Place your order for this special Spring Caring for Critters package today in our online shop! Orders will be fulfilled mid-March.
No phone calls, please! As we enter our busy spring season, we want to ensure the lines are open for people with wildlife emergencies and questions.
A variety of other Wildlife Center education animals are also available for “adoption” through the Caring for Critters sponsorship program.
Questions? Please email us at email@example.com.