Cormie Sticker
Cormie Sticker
Support your favorite Wildlife Rehab Center by purchasing one of these adorable Cormie Stickers!  They would look perfect on your water bottle, laptop, or the back of your car
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Craft Kit – Nature-Friendly Bird Feeder
Craft Kit – Nature-Friendly Bird Feeder

This craft kit contains all you will need to make your easy, nature-friendly backyard bird feeder! What’s included: a hanging perch, peanut butter, bird seed, Popsicle stick for spreading, and instructions. During COVID-19, we will deliver to Clatsop County residents … Continued

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Sale! Western Sword Fern
Western Sword Fern
Growth: Western Sword Fern grows up to 4.5 feet (1.5m) tall. Habitat:  It is usually found in moist forests, but it is probably the most adaptable of all our ferns and can take a bit more sun than other ferns and some dry periods. Wetland designation: FACU, it usually occurs in non-wetlands but occasionally is found in wetlands.  Fronds partially unroll their “fiddleheads” by late May; by late July the spores are near maturity. Use by wildlife:  Western Sword Fern is browsed by deer, elk, Black Bear and Mountain Beaver; frequently eaten by Roosevelt Elk on the Olympic Peninsula. The fronds may be used as nesting material for rodents.
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Raffle Ticket
Raffle Ticket

We will be raffling off some WCNC merch at the end of our Spring Open House on 5/22/2020.  Please leave your name & number upon purchase, so we can contact you if you win!

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Sale! Red Flowering Currant
Red Flowering Currant
Growth: This species grows 3-9 feet (1-3m) tall. Habitat:  It is mostly found in dry, open woods. Bloom time:  February-April.   Fruit ripens:  August-September. Use by Wildlife: Flowers are pollinated by insects and hummingbirds. The pink and red flowers are like beacons to migrating Rufous Hummingbirds.  Make sure to put out your hummingbird feeders when you first begin to see Red Flowering Currant bloom in early spring! The foliage is eaten by Zephyr and other butterfly larvae. The berries are eaten by various songbirds and small mammals.
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Sale! Saskatoon or Serviceberry
Saskatoon or Serviceberry
Growth: Saskatoon Serviceberry grows 3-15 ft. (1-5m) tall, sometimes taller.  It is relatively short-lived; most will live about 20 years but some have survived to 85. Habitat:  It grows in a variety of habitats from rocky shorelines, stream banks, and open forests to prairies and dry mountain slopes. Wetland designation: FACU, It usually occurs in non-wetlands, but occasionally is found on wetlands. Use by Wildlife: Saskatoon serviceberry is a valuable wildlife plant.  Many species of rodents and songbirds eat the fruits, including chipmunks, crows, thrushes, robins and Western Tanagers.  Black Bears, beaver, marmots, and hares eat twigs, foliage, fruits and bark.  Moose elk, and deer, especially Mule Deer, browse the twigs and foliage; however due to the high concentration of cyanogenic glycosides in young twigs, a diet consisting of  more than 35% Saskatoon Serviceberry may be fatal.
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Sale! Indian Plum
Indian Plum
Growth:  Indian Plum grows 4.5-20 feet (1.5-7m) Habitat: It grows in dry to moist open woods and streambanks.  Wetland designation: FACU, It usually occurs in non-wetlands, but occasionally is found on wetlands. Bloom time:  February-April.  Fruit ripens: May-July. Use by Wildlife: Indian Plums are highly attractive to birds such as cedar waxwings and are also eaten by mammals.  Flowers are pollinated by hummingbirds, butterflies, native bees and other insects.
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Sale! Common Snowberry
Common Snowberry
Growth: This species usually grows 3-9 feet (1-2m) tall. Habitat: It is found in dry to moist open forests, clearings, and rocky slopes. It is very adaptable to different conditions. Wetland designation: FACU, it usually occurs in non-wetlands but occasionally is found in wetlands. Use by Wildlife: Saponins are much more toxic to some animals, such as fish; hunting tribes sometimes put large quantities of snowberries in streams or lakes to stupefy or kill fish. Common snowberry is an important browse for deer, antelope, and Bighorn Sheep; use by elk and moose varies.  The berries are an important food for grouse, grosbeaks, robins and thrushes.  Bears also eat the fruit.  The shrub provides good cover and nesting sites for gamebirds, rabbits, and other small animals.  Pocket gophers burrow underneath it. The pink flowers attract hummingbirds, but are mostly pollinated by bees.  The leaves are eaten by the Sphinx Moth larvae.
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WCNC T-Shirt – Navy
WCNC T-Shirt – Navy
Proceeds from the sale of this t-shirt helps to save sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife. Made in the USA, unisex sizing.
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Pelican Heart T-Shirt
Pelican Heart T-Shirt
Proceeds from the sale of this t-shirt helps to save sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife. Made in the USA, unisex sizing.
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Pelican Heart T-Shirt – Black
Pelican Heart T-Shirt – Black
Proceeds from the sale of this t-shirt helps to save sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife. Made in the USA, unisex sizing.
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WCNC T-Shirt – Green
WCNC T-Shirt – Green
Proceeds from the sale of this t-shirt helps to save sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife. Made in the USA, unisex sizing.
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