October 28, 2010
The HSUS's Cape Wildlife Center performs "a miracle" with a threatened bird of prey.
October 26, 2010
After five months of nurturing, the last of the spring's orphaned raccoons have been rehabilitated by The HSUS's Cape Wildlife Center and released back into the wild.
September 24, 2010
Cape Wildlife Center Launches Business Collaborative, Asks Cape Professionals to Donate to its Medical Clinic
The Cape Wildlife Center, a Cummaquid, Mass., wildlife rehabilitation center on Cape Cod operated by The HSUS in partnership with the Fund for Animals, is launching a new initiative to raise funds for its medical clinic.
September 4, 2010
Theresa Barbo, director of the Cape Wildlife Center on Cape Cod, reports that Hurricane Earl passed without incident, except for strong wind gusts.
September 3, 2010
Overhead, low-flung clouds shed the trademark gray patina of a coming storm, as Hurricane Earl heads towards the coast. Staff at the Cape Wildlife Center make final preparations to protect their wildlife patients before the storm hits.
September 2, 2010
While Massachusetts residents are closely watching Hurricane Earl as it heads toward the East Coast, more than 84 small wild animal patients temporarily living at Cape Wildlife Center--a full-time emergency care and wildlife rehabilitation center in Cape Cod, Mass.—have nothing to fear: contingency plans are firmly in place.
August 23, 2010
Theresa Barbo, the newly installed director of The HSUS/Fund for Animals Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, Mass., has long been active in the Cape Cod community and civic circles. Learn more about her varied and distinguished career.
August 20, 2010
An osprey who was injured in a violent storm last month has been renested outside her rescuer’s Cape Cod home in a laundry basket.
August 18, 2010
When a violent summer storm blew through Cape Cod, an osprey nest with two baby birds was tossed from tree top to the water below. Thanks to quick thinking, one of the babies was saved and a new home was in place the next day.
July 20, 2010
After successful treatment for severe mange at The Fund for Animals Wildlife Care Center, a fox parent of one adopts two orphans. They were released back into the wild as a family.