Help us give Nature's children a second chance!
Due to an overabundance of admiration, respect and "attagirls" and a corresponding lack of firm financial support, Laurens Wildlife Rescue, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, does not have sufficient funds to see us through the remainder of this year. Currently we have app. 36 frozen rodents for raptors, which will be about enough to feed one hawk or owl for one week. We are in dire need of funds for mealworms for songbirds, as well as gas money to pick up these various critters from pretty much the entire southern half of the state of Georgia, from Macon to the Florida line, and drive them to the vet as needed. Our reserve funds, set aside to build a raptor flight pen and renovate our songbird flight pen, have instead been required for gas, wildlife food and related supplies. Without your help, we may have to severely curtail our operations or shut down altogether for the remainder of 2012. No donation is too small; if 100 people donate just $12 each, we can meet this goal. (Larger donations are, of course, more than welcome.) Thanks for helping us give Nature's children a second chance!