We at The Santa Rosa Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre would like to offer our thanks to the following individuals and corporations for their generous support of this very worthwhile cause.
Teresa K. – Teresa and I both volunteered with Project Wildlife in our past and hopefully we will see her in Costa Rica wrestling with monkeys and feeding baby sloths. Thanks for your donation Teresa.
Cindy K.- Rehabilitator extraordinare and avian electrocution specialist.
Heike – fabulous world traveller, rehabilitator and generous donator to the cause!
Russ G. – Alumni of Bramalea Secondary School
Siew K. -Leading me down the path of enlightenment
Joe H. – Up for any adventure, any time, even if his wetsuit is on inside out (just teasing Joe)
Angus M. – Zip lining buddy, keeping working on the bucket list
Value Drug Mart – Their generous corporate donation will go a long way to establishing a flight cage for large birds in need of recuperation and conditioning before release into the wild
Please read the list below for items we need to effectively help wildlife. Please know that even the smallest donation canhelp. $10 can buy a large bag of bird seed, $50 can purchase much needed antibiotics. Donations can be made through several methods:
1. Paypal on our home page
3. If you wish to purchase a specific item for the Santa Rosa Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
The following is a list of equipment and supplies your donations can help to purchase (where applicable prices are for used equipment).
Large animal scale $250, Small animal scale $100, Microscope $750, Examination table $600, IV stand $65, Centrifuge $700, Refractometer $100, Basic exam light $150, Kevlar lined gloves $75, Shoulder length double thick raptor and animal handling gloves $135, Medical storage box $400, Medical instrument pack (contains forceps, scalpels, scissors, etc.) $175, Incubator $600, Blender $80, Propane stove top $75, Food prep table $50, Kitchen utensils $75, Metal shipping containers x 3 (40′ x 8′ x 8′) $4000 each – to be used for isolation room, food prep room, hospital rooms, office, Medical supplies – antibiotics, pain management medication, anti-fungals, anti-parasitics, homeopathics, dermal creams, lactated rings, iron dextra and B12, gauze, bandaging materials, splints, syrings, wound cleaning products,,
Food/Nutrition – ingredents for rehydrating and refeeding formulas for emaciated animals, formulas for baby mammals, birds, ungulates, etc., Ensure, fruit baby food, primate leaf eater biscuits, rodent chow, powdered vitamin supplements for a variety of different species, kitten kibble, seed, Universal, worms, fruit, eggs, bird seed, sunflower seeds, nuts, canned kitten food, ground meat, smelts, mice/rats/game fowl (i.e. quail), blood worms turtle snack, vegetables, grains (cracked corn, wheat, canola, niger), suet, etc.
Other stuff- we will need a variety of materials to provide adequate indoor and outdoor caging (chain link fencing and posts, netting, plywood, doors, perches, dens, animal carriers of different sizes, small reptarium style cages), heat lamps, stuffed animals (for the orphans to cuddle with instead of mom), medical grade cleaning supplies, brooms, etc.