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October 24, 2020
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Attention Sonoma County residents!

September 11, 2020

We are in need of hard-boiled eggs for our wildlife patients! This summer, we've sent out multiple requests for egg donations and received a massive outpouring of support in response. So far, we've received an estimated 8,500 eggs and the wildlife in our care have enjoyed every last one. We are again in need of your help. This time, we are in need of hard-boiled eggs for our young, weaning wildlife. Hard-boiling the eggs prior to donation will save our staff and volunteers valuable time that we need to care for the over 150 patients currently in our care. It will also save us from making multiple trips to refill exhausted propane tanks that fuel our stove.

If you have extra eggs from your chickens or if you are able to purchase and donate eggs for the rescue, please hard-boil and deliver them to 403 Mecham Road Petaluma, Ca. 94952. We've created a drop off station on the front porch outside of the center to limit contact with staff and volunteers. Additionally, please notate the date the eggs were hard-boiled on the container(s) that they are delivered in. Any contribution is greatly appreciated. For more information, call 707-992-0274.