September 19, 2012
Unable to fly and suffering a fractured leg, the American goldfinch brought into the Cape Wildlife Center is just one of 49 critically injured birds brought into the center this year after hitting a wall or window.
August 21, 2012
With 20 years of nonprofit management experience and a background in media and public relations, Deborah Robbins Millman is the new director of the Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, Mass., one of five animal care centers across the country operated by The HSUS. .
August 3, 2012
In early June, a Massachusetts Audubon Society staff member dropped off three infant mink orphans, each weighing less than seven ounces. A neighbor had seen the minks' mother hit by a car and heard the frightened orphans crying nearby.
July 19, 2012
A Plymouth County, Mass., woman spotted a tiny Eastern screech owl heavy entangled in a fishing line and a fish hook. She cut him free and brought him to the Cape Wildlife Center for rehab.
July 10, 2012
When the American crow first arrived at the Cape Wildlife Center in late April, shot through his wing, things looked very grave. With careful care and rehabilitation, he was released two months later, just in time for Independence Day.
June 25, 2012
The Humane Society of the United States has appointed Deborah Robbins Millman as director of the Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, Mass., one of five animal care centers across the country operated by The HSUS.
June 15, 2012
Let's hear it for foster dads! This Indian Runner Duck is giving 10 orphaned mallard ducklings a "wing up" in the world, teaching the ducklings important survival skills for when they leave the nest.
June 14, 2012
Cape Wildlife Center and Tufts University work together to heal and rehabilitate a fox kit injured before her mother could move her den out of a boatyard.
April 4, 2012
Three cottontail rabbits, found in a box on the side of the road in Cape Cod, are back in the forest where they belong.
March 13, 2012
Sometimes raccoons are blamed for damage they don’t do (it may be your neighbor’s dog who’s rummaging in the trash). The first step to take is to make sure it’s a raccoon you’re dealing with.