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Last week, LTWC released the last two bear cubs in our care from the 2014 season. 2014 was a record-breaking year for the number of bear cubs at LTWC! Enjoy the video below and please consider a donation to help … Continue reading
We have filled all available seats for this year’s Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Training Seminar. Thank you to everyone who has signed up for the seminar — we look forward to seeing you on May 16 & 17!
Registration for the 2015 Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Training Seminar is now open! The seminar is intended for those interested in working as a wildlife care volunteer with LTWC, caring for injured and orphaned birds and animals. The seminar will … Continue reading
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday! GivingTuesday–a global day for giving back–is today, December 2. Please consider making a difference in the lives of injured and orphaned wildlife by making a donation to LTWC today. LTWC relies on donations from … Continue reading
On Friday, November 21, Dr. Kevin Willitts, the official volunteer veterinarian for Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, officially released Cinder from his medical care. On Sunday, she headed one step closer to home, via an 8-hour car ride to the Idaho Black … Continue reading
ABC 7 KGO San Francisco will be airing a story on LTWC’s owls tonight on the 6pm News! Not in the Bay Area? Check out the ABC website later tonight for the video!
If you’re in the Bay Area, be sure to tune into ABC-7 News on KGO TV tonight at 6pm for a story on Cinder and the other bears in LTWC’s care. Not in the area? Check out ABC-7’s website for … Continue reading
Check out the great piece about Cinder that KOMO TV 4 Seattle aired last night!
Welcome! As you may have heard, we have our hands full with bear cubs this year! We have received many requests for updates on Cinder, the burned bear cub who was flown to LTWC from Washington. Cinder’s paws were badly … Continue reading