LTWC’s annual Open House is this Sunday, August 2, from 10am to 4pm.
The Open House is the only time of year that LTWC opens its doors to the general public. LTWC Volunteers will be on hand to guide visitors through the wildlife rehab center, explaining what is in each cage and the story behind each animal.
LTWC brand clothing will be on sale, as well as renderings of the new facility which will open in the Spring of 2017.
There is no admission fee. However, donations are welcomed with much gratitude!
LTWC is a volunteer, non-profit organization supported by contributions from our generous donors.
Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care is at 1485 Cherry Hills Circle (off of Elks Club Drive in Meyers), South Lake Tahoe, CA, about 1 mile south of the Tahoe Valley Airport.
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Have a fun night out at the ballgame and support Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care!
On Wednesday, July 22 the Reno Aces will be playing the Albuquerque Isotopes at Aces Ballpark in Reno, NV.
Buy tickets for the right field bleachers to support LTWC! Tickets are only $12 each, and a portion of the proceeds will go directly to LTWC.
The beautiful new Aces ballpark is located next to the Truckee River in Reno’s new Freight House District. Come enjoy a wonderful night for the whole family while supporting a great cause! The National Anthem will be performed by Sammi Bender, niece of LTWC founders Tom & Cheryl Millham.
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 LTWC prepare for the 2015 season!
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 generous supporters like you to help us raise, rehabilitate and release injured birds and animals. Every donation makes a difference.
This year, the PayPal Giving Fund is matching 1% of all donations made through the portal below. Please follow the steps to donate to LTWC.
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 Bear Rehabilitation Center, just outside Boise, where she will spend the rest of the winter.
Her enclosure at IBBR will be next to a first year bear cub for at least a short time, until they get to know each other. Over the next four months, her now-healed paws will have a chance to toughen up.
In the spring, Sally Maughan, founder of IBBR, will inform Washington wildlife bear specialist, Rich Beausoleil, when she is ready to go, then Rich will pick Cinder up and take her on her last car ride to release her in a suitable habitat where she will be free in the wild!
Click below to see a story on Cinder that CBS Evening News aired Sunday night.