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We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving !
We're thankful you are part of the Chintimini community, and thanks for caring about wildlife!

Wildlife Rehab At-A-Glance:

2017 Patients: 1,719
Total Patients: 24,916
November Intakes: 50


*CORRECTION: In the last newsletter, we erroneously said that the 2017 patient intake number was at 1,750. This was too high, as the actual intake number at the time of sending was 1,694. Sorry for the confusion! 
Great Blue Heron
Northern Flying Squirrels
Northern Pygmy Owl
Our Golden Eagle patient continues to do well! After needing to spend his first week in our care in our ICU, he was then moved to a heated raptor room. Now, he is stable enough to continue his rehabilitation in one of outdoor flight cages. He still has a ways to go, but he is gaining healthy weight, getting stronger, and in great spirits! Thanks for your ongoing support of this awesome patient, and be sure to check in on our Facebook for future updates! 

For now, check out some videos below:
December Non-School Days are coming up...

Fun for kids & Free time for Parents!

Saturday, December 16, 2017: Parent's Day Out
Friday, December 22, 2017: Holiday Crafts

Join us for school closure days by registering here.
Volunteer Spotlight:
 
Glenda Gassner
 
CWC: What is your favorite part about volunteering at Chintimini Wildlife Center?

Glenda: Learning about and seeing so many different species up close. I've also met some great people I otherwise wouldn't have gotten to know!
Learn more about Glenda here!
Art for a Cause
Artist and Chintimini volunteer Emily Anne Martin will be showcasing some of her most recent work in an exhibition entitled “Into Safe Hands” from December 1-31st at New Morning Bakery in Corvallis.
 
The exhibition will showcase work that celebrates the Chintimini Wildlife Center’s tireless dedication to rescuing and rehabilitating sick and injured wildlife, and honors the countless volunteers who dedicate their time and energy to helping these animals. 60% of all exhibition proceeds will be donated to the Chintimini Wildlife Center. 
 
Supporters like Emily are a vital part of the Chintimini community. We owe an enourmous debt of gratitute to all of the volunteers, donors and other supporters who make our work possible.

Thank you, Emily, for being a Champion for wildlife!
Want to be a Champion too? Donate Today.
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