I’ll stop the world and melt with you. While that is a catchy 80’s post-punk era tune, it is not a great way to spend a day at work. Unfortunately, we can’t stop the world from delivering injured animals to us here at Peace River Wildlife Center, but it does feel like we are melting.
We have literally gone batty at Peace River Wildlife Center. And I mean that, well, literally. Not like OMGSuzie’s recent comment on a Facebook post, “I just literally cried my eyes out!!!!” Because if she really had just cried so hard she lost both eyes, I’m impressed by her typing ability. I didn’t think I
I realize the first breaths of a cool autumn breeze are weeks if not months away here in southwest Florida, but the seasons are changing already at Peace River Wildlife Center. Baby bird season runs from April through August. During that time we receive up to 20 baby birds every day, each of which has
Where were you during Charley? That is the question on everyone’s lips and minds this week in Punta Gorda, Florida. If you have to ask, “Charley Who?” you are obviously a newcomer and while we welcome you to our lovely little corner of paradise, please step aside while us old-timers reminisce. As you have
My faithful readers and I have been on some wild rides together over the years. From troubleshooting computer problems (that one ended with the sage advice to consult an expert) to discussing the proper way to cook eagle (that one started with “don’t”), every week is an adventure. Heck, every day at Peace River Wildlife