As more people migrate
from urban areas into wildlife habitat, the chances of interaction between humans and other species increase. Sometimes these encounters are enjoyable and positive, but often accidents happen that injure the wildlife. Wildlife Shelter, Inc. exists to respond to such injuries, providing a place for people to bring orphaned, injured or sick wildlife for treatment and release back to the wild.
Sierra Wildlife Walks and Talks!
Take a walk on the Wild Side with host Connie Stevens and discover more about the wild creatures with whom we share our world. Dispell fear with knowledge and
understanding of other species by an entertaining conversation with those who cohabitate with their wild neighbors peacefully. Join Wildlife Shelter, Inc. on Channel
6, your local community television, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday every week.
Join Us for
our annual fundraiser gala, buffet and auction.
WSI Celebrates 23 Years of Community Service
Sunday, June 10, 2012
11:30am to 4:30pm
Location: Sunnyside Resort
located on Tahoe's elegant West Shore.
Boat pier access available.
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For more information, to offer your auction donation or other assistance to one of Lake Tahoe's greatest events call WSI at (530) 546-1211
Wildlife Shelter, Inc.,
Saturday Bike Trail Talks
Wildlife Shelter, Inc. announces its Summer Bike Trail Talks on the San Souci Bike Trail adjacent to the clinic and behind the Rockwood Lodge in Homewood starting
the 4th of July and continuing through Labor Day; every Saturday from 12 noon to 1pm. Discussions will fill the air about local wildlife behavior, physiology, and biology.
Meet WSI's 5 local residents who will teach attendees about their ancestors and distant cousins with a more personal touch.
Focusing on the forest, lake, creeks, and river with wildlife, join in the many topics about our delicate environmental balance upon which we all depend.
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How You Can Help
How to reach Wildlife Shelter, Inc.
If you have, or know of an injured wild animal in the Lake Tahoe basin, or surrounding area:
call (530) 546-1211
- For more information
To learn more about the Shelter, contact:
Constance Stevens, Director
P.O. Box 226, Homewood, CA 96141
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