The Ellicott Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is still going strong, but is in need of serious funding. The mission is to receive injured, orphaned, and ill wildlife in hopes of rehabilitation and return to life in the wild. The Ellicott rehabilitation team is licensed by State of Colorado and U.S. Fish and Game. They are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, with an ALL volunteer staff that receives NO funding from the state or federal governments :( It is baby Great Horned Owl season again! Over the last few weeks, many owl chicks were blown out of their nests during the March 2016 Blizzard and and major snow storms. Please visit the Ellicott site to donate today!
Urban Peak is NOT in Old Colorado City, but just east of Cimarron, downtown near The Cottonwood Center for the Arts, Vallejo's Mexican Restaurant and Mardosz Fine Arts.
Taking good care of children is truly the most important job on earth!!!
The websites for this chapter of TREA are trea1bingo.com and trea1.org, not trea.org (that is the national headquarters website).
Diabetics helping diabetics. Best educators I have ever had. They've trained me on two different insulin pumps and a continuous glucose monitor. I'm employed at Memorial Hospital and could go to their educators for free, but I would never think of going anywhere else. Deanne and Andrea are the absolute best.
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