July 7, 2011 Charity News 0 Comments pwrc What’s up at PWRC? Well, in the last two days, we’ve released 10 mallards, 7 woodducks, 9 eastern cottontails and three grey squirrels. We’re making room for the influx of merlins, American kestrels, red squirrels, and a bald eagle. Tagged: bald eagle , ducklings , kestrels , mallards , merlins , rehabilitated , release , woodducks Related Articles Spring “Adopt-An-Orphan” Fundraiser a Huge Success Posted On April 20, 2011 ~ 0 Comments Thank you to all who purchased an orphan plush bunny in support of PWRC. We have sold out of bunnies only a few days before… Now accepting Resumes for Summer Positions Posted On March 29, 2014 ~ 0 Comments At PWRC, our busiest time of year is the summer months May, June, and July, when hundreds of young and orphaned animals are admitted to… PWRC on Breakfast Television! Posted On July 27, 2011 ~ 0 Comments PWRC's Education Coordinator Jennifer Corvino and our ambassador woodchuck, Willow were recently featured on Breakfast Television! Don't worry if you missed us though, you can… 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This blog is kept spam free by WP-SpamFree.