How to Re-Nest Chimney Swifts

It's that time of year again! Go to our July 2013 newsletter and get all the details in the downloadable guide.

November 2013 Newsletter

Read about how you can help keep your backyard neighbors safe and warm during the winter. You will also find an explanation of the horrible looking bumps that you may have seen on the squirrels during fall.

October 2013 Newsletter

Raptors are a threat to birds and mammals, but what is threatening the raptors? The humans. Read about what you can do to help.

September 2013 Newsletter

Guidelines and tips on how to keep the birds in our backyards healthy and plentiful.

August 2013 Newsletter

Learn interesting facts about eastern box turtles and snapping turtles, and what to do if you find one in distress.

July 2013 Newsletter

This July newsletter features important information about chimney swifts, including how you can help save this declining species. Information is provided on how to make your chimney safe for these incredible birds and how to provide habitat if you do not have a chimney but would like these wonderful birds in your yard to help control the mosquito population.

March Eagle Release

Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic(TWRC) received and triaged a bald eagle that was then sent to the Carolina Raptor Center (CRC) for rehabilitation. CRC invited Pamela Bayne, TWRC executive director, to join them for the Eagle's release in March.

Art for WILDLIFE Interview

Pamela Bayne and Emily Weinstein were interviewed about the clinic and the Art for Wildlife event:

Thanks for Your Support!

TWRC thanks the wonderful supporters who were present at Sunday’s meeting!

If you were unable to fill out the questionnaire or could not make it to the meeting you can do it now by clicking here.

Help TWRC get up and running by assisting us:

  • recruiting volunteers
  • procuring financial support
  • finding land/building for a new location

Donate online or send a check to PO Box 908, Carrboro, NC 27510.

You can also email us at info@trianglewildlife.org to sign up for a committee.

For more information see “Overview/Goals”.

Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic Closes Durham Site

 

Organization searches for new, future location

 

DURHAM, N.C. (December 8, 2012) – The Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic (TWRC) regrets that the facility at 1417 Seaton Road, Durham, NC will no longer be available as a clinic site and as of Dec. 8, 2012, is no longer able to receive animals.  

 For TWRC to reopen, it will need a new location with a building and a minimum of one acre of land suitable for large outside caging for its wildlife clinic. TWRC is asking that the community assist in finding either free land or land to lease at a nominal fee in a location central for the Triangle area.  In addition, strong community support through funding and volunteer commitment is vital for the reopening of TWRC.

 The Board and staff of TWRC sincerely appreciate the support and trust of those who have given time, goods and donations to the cause of wildlife.  The organization will continue to accept donations, which will be used as its reopening efforts progress.

 Triangle Wildlife remains dedicated to its mission to provide care for sick, injured, and orphaned native North American wildlife, and to promote conservation and preservation of native wildlife and natural ecosystems through education. 

 

 

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