In order to provide the necessary care to rehabilitate wildlife, we rely heavily on individual donors like you.
DONATIONS CAN BE DROPPED OFF OR SENT TO:
GRAYS HARBOR VETERINARY SERVICES
16 OLD BEACON ROAD
Plastic lids – like peanut butter and mayo.
Small pet dishes.
Dog crates – wire, hard plastic, & soft-sided.
Goggles & safety glasses.
Soap – dishes, laundry, & hand.
Storage containers with lids.
Leather gloves – work & welding.
Large food storage bins.
Towels & bedding (sheets, pillowcases, & blankets).
Aquariums with screened lids.
Hardware cloth (1/2″ & 1″ squares).
Siding for waterfowl pens.
Small, free-standing building (shed or trailer).
Baby food jars.
Soft pet carriers.
Cat litter pans.
13-gallon trash bags.
Amazon gift cards.
Shade or mesh cloth.
Reptile habitats & supplies.
Large bird capture nets.
Stock watering tanks (round 6′ & 8′).
Air conditioners (window or free-standing).
Misc. building supplies.
Architect to help with drawings.
How Can I Help?
The average cost for one week of basic rehabilitation care varies with the type of animal that comes to Twin Harbors Wildlife Center: $35 for each bird, $55 for each baby mammal, and $79 for each raptor. In order to provide the necessary care to rehabilitate wildlife, we rely heavily on individual donors like you.