State of the Birds 2019

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Big Losses Among Some of Our Most Beloved Birds

  

The pervasive declines among American birdlife spread well beyond the rare and threatened species; it is a crisis for almost all birds everywhere. Just 15 species of “common birds” (species that were once abundant, such as meadowlarks, juncos, blackbirds, and swallows) account for more than two-thirds of the total loss in native bird populations. Our common birds are now suffering population losses in the tens of millions— similar to the decline of the Passenger Pigeon.


Click on the picture to the left for the full 5 page report!

WRCNU Newsletters & Event Flyers

Summer 2019 Newsletter

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In this Issue we Celebrate "Walking The Talk"!

Also, get a preview of our income and expenses and "Save the Date" for our November Speaker Event.  And, of course, PHOTOS!

Spring 2019 Newsletter

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"Prevention is the Goal!"

Learn how to help us, help wildlife. 

See what we've been up to & our events coming up in 2019--This edition is devoted to thanking those who enable us to do what we do! 

Winter 2018/19 Newsletter

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See Patient Highlights from the 2018 Season as well as our 1st Annual Speaker Event Series--it was a BIG HIT!

Summer 2018 Newsletter

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Articles on "When to Prune" your trees, the importance of capping your vents to prevent harm to wildlife, Donating your old vehicles--clean up your driveway and get a tax deductible donation while helping WRCNU, and much more!

Spring 2018 Newsletter

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 See our 8th Annual Wildlife Baby Shower article, Education Ambassador Animals going to their "Forever Homes", 2017 WRCNU Sustainers and more... 

Winter 2017/18 Newletter

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In This Edition: "The WRCNU Story" (see how it all began), "Nipper" the Beaver's Release, Volunteer Highlights,

Summer 2017 Newsletter

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In This Edition: Amphibian patients, other patient photos, Volunteer Highlights, and more...

Spring 2017 Newsletter

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See our 7th Annual Wildlife Baby Shower article, New Patient Photos, 2016 WRCNU Sustainers and more...

Winter 2016/17 Newsletter

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In This Edition: Phoenix Update Article; Pacific Loon Article; Photos of 2016 Patients and more...

Summer 2016 Newsletter

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Phoenix West Nile Update, Patient Photos, etc.

Spring 2016 Newsletter

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Meet our Two newest Education Ambassadors (Margret and Rambo), Great Article on PREVENTION, Aquila the Bald Eagle's release, and more!

Winter 2015/16 Newsletter

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"What Powers WRCNU?" Arts & Museums Certification for WRCNU. Phoenix update. Article on "Why Wildlife Rehabbers are Necessary".

Summer 2015 Newsletter

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Human Impact Story, 5th Annual Wildlife Baby Shower, Call out for WRCNU Sustainers!

Winter 2014/15 Newsletter

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Hard to believe we survived 2014--HOLY COW!  Checkout what we accomplished as well as the final decision on Phoenix's future: is he releasable or not?

Summer 2014 Newsletter

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WRC's 1st Summer Newsletter is born!  "The Willard Bay Six" Beaver update (update on the successful release of the diesel soaked heroes), crow hunt and more.

Winter 2013/14 2015 Newsletter

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Update on the treatment and release of the "Willard Bay Six" Beavers, Phoenix and more...

Winter 2012/13 Newsletter

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Updates, photos, and Milestones from WRCNU's 3rd year as a grassroots nonprofit

Recognizing Our Many Sponsors !!!