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Growing Pains

Growing pains are hard and scary! One gets used to doing things alone for so long that it becomes hard to ask for help and to step back and allow others to do the help you asked for. I’ve been doing Wildlife rehabilitation almost my entire life. I’m good at the hands on part of this calling, but not good at fundraising or advertising. I am extremely grateful for Julie Rabalais for taking over my web design and also for rehabilitating songbirds. I’d also like to thank Melanie Breaux for taking over the fundraising. Expect to see some amazing things happening in the near future. I greatly appreciate everyone who has helped not only physically ( transporting injured birds, renovating the center building, building websites, chasing donations...) and financial (donations, supplies, food....) I couldn’t do this without our you❤️🦉❤️🦉


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502 Mermentau Rd. Youngsville, Louisiana 70592

337-288-5146.

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