Baby Season Baby Shower
Sunday, 5/22/22 from 4:00-7:00 PM at Bend Cider Co.
SUPPLY AND DONATION DRIVE | LIVE MUSIC AND CIDER | RAFFLES AND SILENT AUCTION
Join Think Wild at Bend Cider Co. in Tumalo on May 22 between 4 and 7 PM to help your local wildlife hospital raise funds & supplies to care for injured and orphaned native wildlife in need this baby season! There will be live music, raffles and a silent auction, and $3 of every cider purchase will support Think Wild. You can also get involved remotely by ordering supplies directly to the address below and bidding on auction online here.
Supply Drive Items: Purchase now and bring to Bend Cider Co. on May 22!
You can also mail the products directly to 62410 Erickson Road, Bend, OR 97701
Donate online: Donate to our online fundraiser or mail check to PO Box 5093 Bend OR 97708
Amazon Wishlist: https://a.co/a7NUYwE
Naming Opportunities: www.thinkwildco.org/naming-opportunities
New Tires for our field truck (2003 Tacoma)
Gravel (3/4 minus, pea, river rock, etc.)
Power Tools and Yard Equipment (shovels, rakes, drills, saws, clippers, etc.)
Auction & Raffle Items
Misc. Household Items
Meat cutting scissors
Bamboo cutting boards
Hypoallergentic Laundry detergent
Trash bags - all sizes
Printer Ink (HP 63 black and color)
Animal Handling Gloves (thick hardware gloves)
Galvanized steel tubs
Astroturf® NXT Poultry Nest Pads
Interlocking Rubber Floor Tiles with Drain Holes(10 Piece)
EMSCO Group Landscape Rock – Natural Sandstone Appearance – Large
Hand towels, Bath Towels, pillowcases, sheets(non-fitted), wash cloths
Tomahawk Model 306NCSQ - Squeeze Cage for Feral Cats
KUFA SPORTS FC7052 Retractable Aluminum Landing Net with Rubberized Mesh
Frabill Knotless Conservation Net
RESTCLOUD Bait Net and Fishing Landing Net with Telescoping Pole
Birdseed (Finch Seed, Millet, Thistle, Dove seed, Sunflower Seeds, Cracked Corn)
Nitrile gloves (all sizes)
Syringes (insulin,1 mL - 100 mL)
Butterfly needles (19G-25G)
Vet-Lite Casting : 2 rolls of the 6"x72"
MediChoice Mobile Instrument Stand w/Adjustable Tray
IDEXX StatSpin Centrifuge MP(Microhematocrit to 3mL)
Species Specific Formula and Vitamins
Emeraid Carnivore(2kg/bag) - $150 cash donation
Emeraid Herbivore(2kg/bag) - $50 cash donation
Emeraid Piscivore(2kg/bag) - $50 cash donation
Emeraid Omnivore(2kg/bag) - $150 cash donation
Exact Pigeon Formula - $20 cash donation
Fox Valley 40/25 (Baby Raccoons)
Fox Valley 32/45 (Baby Skunks)
Fox Valley 32/40 (Baby Squirrels)
Fox Valley 20/50 (Teenage Squirrels)
Electrostat (Baby Animal "Pedialyte")
Fox Valley 35/32 (Baby Weasels and Foxes)
Vitamin D tablets
Vitamin C tablets (500mg)
Omega Fish oil for pets
Vitamin E (400IU)
Vionate Pet Tinic (baby mammals)
Exotic Gamebird Maintenance
Exotic Gamebird Starter - $30 cash donation
Roudybush Nectar #15
Roudybush Nectar #9
Roudybush Nectar #3
Special Order Food Items
Frozen mice - $425 cash donation
Frozen rats - $1,250 cash donation
Frozen quail - $250 cash donation
Mealworms - $100 cash donation
Live crickets - $100 cash donation
Live Superworms - $100 cash donation
Construction, Landscaping and Gardening Supplies
Cordless Trimmer or Edger
The Home Depot
Would your business like to sponsor this event?
Sponsorship levels range from $250 to $2,500 and include the following benefits:
- Staff invitation to private wildlife release
- Company name and logo included on 1,000 mailed invitations and all event promotions
- Help support wildlife education, conservation and rescue in Central Oregon
Click the link below for more info or contact email@example.com or (541) 933 5437 to sponsor.
Baby Season 101
Springtime gives birth to an abundance of baby wildlife. Here are some tips on keeping baby wild animals safe this season!
- It is common for some baby wildlife to be left alone while the parent goes hunting or foraging. Do not assume a baby animal is orphaned just because it is alone - allow time for the parent to return.
- If you find a baby bird on the ground, look for the parents or a nest to safely return it to. Sometimes they fall on the ground while fledging or in a storm.
- If you find a baby mammal, leave it be while you wait for a parent from a distance. If in danger, you can move it to a safer location wearing gloves.
- Do not feed baby wildlife. Improper diet lacks necessary nutrition and can even be toxic to the animal.
- If you suspect an animal is injured or orphaned, call Think Wild's wildlife hotline: (541) 241-8680