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18 Jun 2021
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When you can’t get to Sanibel to see wildlife (at least, not soon enough), we tend to search for videos.  And we bet a lot of you watched a LOT of videos in 2020.

The “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society recognized this and decided to start an event which helps raise support for the islands’ wildlife and support our collective morale during the pandemic.

And thus began the Virtual Baby Bird Shower, a fundraiser that entertains us irresistible baby bird videos and provides support to the National Wildlife Refuge along with its research and education programs.

This year, the Wildlife Society is concentrating on the Black-necked Stilts, best found in the Bailey Tract off Tarpon Bay Road.  Click here to go to the website to watch Stilt chicks through their development and make a donation.

As of this writing, the Society is already almost a quarter-way towards their goal of $5000!

Book Direct and Save…wildlife!