Annual Wildlife Baby Shower to Benefit Orphaned Wildlife Babies

| April 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

An infant squirrel receives kindness and care at Project Wildlife’s Central Triage Center.

Project Wildlife, San Diego’s primary resource for wildlife rehabilitation and education, invites the public to view their life-saving work at their 3rd annual Wildlife Baby Shower event. The shower will be held Saturday, April 14th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at their Central Triage Center in Linda Vista. Attendees will have the opportunity to take behind-the-scenes tours of the center, meet wildlife patients and Animal Ambassadors, sample cuisine from local food trucks and enter into a drawing for a SONY Netbook. The family-friendly event is free to attend and gifts and donations are greatly appreciated.

“Each spring thousands of San Diegans bring abandoned or orphaned wildlife babies to our Triage Centers for care and medical treatment,” Project Wildlife CEO Lisa Culver said. “Our annual Baby Shower is a wonderful way to educate the public on what to do if they happen upon wildlife in need, and how they can contribute to our efforts.”

A baby skunk gets special attention at Project Wildlife’s Central Triage Center.

Shower attendees are encouraged to bring monetary donations or gifts food, medications and other supplies to the event. A shower Wish List and gift registry can be found at The event will be held at Project Wildlife’s Central Triage Center at 887 ½ Sherman Street, San Diego, CA 92110. For more information on Project Wildlife, their annual Baby Shower and how to help, please visit or call 858-866-0555, ext. 204.

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