Busy days, we all have them, but at Freedom Center for Wildlife these are our busy months! We are into baby season and already the days are full. As the weather gets warmer our workload increases with every baby squirrel, orphaned nestling bird or injured animal brought to the center. There is a lot that goes into caring for our wildlife patients, whether they are with us for a few days or months. It’s more than just making sure they are fed. Depending on ...
It’s the time that raccoons and herons wait all year for! Of course, we’re talking about backyard ponds opening back up! As ponds thaw out from winter and the fish become more active again, it’s prime time for birds and raccoons to take the opportunity to go fishing. While we want to respect these animals from a distance, we also want to make sure our ponds remain a safe place for the fish. If you realize fish are disappearing from your pond, you may ha...
Spring is here, and we've already begun receiving orphaned and injured babies! During the Month of May, please donate supplies to Freedom Center for Wildlife's "Baby Shower." Anything from the wishlist below would be very helpful as we feed and care for all the babies we have and will receive. Baby Shower Wish List Gift Cards from Amazon, ShopRite, Lowes, Home Depot, That Pet Place, Wild Birds Unlimited Aspen or Pine Bedding Paper Towels Fa
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Freedom Center for Wildlife is excited to announce Oktoberfest, where all proceeds will benefit our center! Click here to purchase tickets. When: Saturday, October 8 Where: Flying Fish Brewing Co. 900 Kennedy Blvd, Somerdale, NJ Come enjoy some craft beer and authentic German cuisine from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at Flying Fish Brewing Co. You’ll also have the chance to meet some of our animal ambassadors, participate in a tricky tray auction, and tak
Part 12 - Summary and Conclusion In our last eleven segments we covered 19 human-related causes of wild bird mortality (by-catch, domestic cats, collision mortality, methane gas burners, oil spills, pesticides, power lines, wind farms, trash, acid rain, oil and wastewater pits, horseshoe crab harvesting, disease, invasive species, renewable energy, coal mining, lead poisoning, hunting, and wildlife trafficking). Our objective for this series had been t
Okay, so any vacation for a wildlife rehabilitator is a magical one, but taking a vacation with a company that cares about the environment just adds more pixie dust to getting away! When deciding on a vacation, a cruise is certainly a good way to go. If you want to look at low environmental impact vacations, a cruise may not be your first thought. It may not even be your hundredth thought- big ships with thousands of people generating waste and doing who k