Welcome to W.E.R.C. We are proud to announce a new addition to our core staff. Ashley Quick has joined WERC as Interim Director. Ashley will be working directly with Founder and Director Emeritus, Sue Howell, to learn the
vast body of knowledge that Sue brings to the world of wildlife rehabilitation and education.
Join the WERC Team for a fun filled afternoon of bowling to support W.E.R.C.
This event is open to bowlers of all ages and skill levels. You don't have to be a great bowler to win, prizes are awarded to the top three fundraisers!
Previous years' prizes have included a GoPro, Best Buy gift cards, movie passes, passes to our yearly Wildlife Fest, and lots of other goodies.
This year's event is sponsored in full but the Morgan Hill Bowl. That means 100% of the money raised will go towards helping work during our busiest time of the year, spring
baby season. This spring fundraiser helps offset the cost of caring for the orphaned and abandoned wild babies that will soon be finding their way to WERC.
Click the register button to go to the event page and register as an individual bowler, register a team, or to join a team.
Click the amazon image above to support WERC while shopping through the amazon Smile program. A portion of qualifying purchases will be donated to WERC at no extra cost to you.
Spring is when birds, squirrels, and other animals are having their young. If you trim trees and shrubs during this time you risk injuring or killing young animals. Even
if you trim around a nest you could be dooming the young to an early death by removing the cover the birds are hiding in which makes them easy targets for predators.
The noise of the trimming equipment and the presence of people so close to the nest could also cause the parent to abandon the nest. Visit www.werc-ca.org to learn more.
Wildlife Fest 2017 was a huge success thanks to YOU!
W.E.R.C., the Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center provides the community with rehabilitation services for orphaned, injured and sick native wildlife. Through our educational programs, W.E.R.C. encourages a peaceful coexistence between civilization and our native wildlife.