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March 24, 2011

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March 24, 2011

LIberty WIldlife has always been super green. I mean they are helping wildlife, what could be greener than that! They have always used products like "Super Green" for cleaning, recycle everything, and maximize the small space they have by stacking things. I personally get lots of used items donated , and many volunteers build things from already existing materials. They squeak out every last use for everything.And their education program goes to schools to educate children on wildlife, to be more environmentally responsible. Just about everything they use is recycled, I can't think of a greener place.

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Seeing all the animals they've rehabilitated. They work with the whole community, and the power companies to save lives tirelessly, and many people work 24/7 at this. I've seen near extinct species like condors rehabilitated and seen how they release them back to nature. The energy there is total devotion to the animals and environment.

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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

None, except I might win the lottery and donate huge amounts of money so they can expand and have more space. I'd also pay the few paid employees more, as they get paid very little and work so hard.

March 24, 2011
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March 24, 2011
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I started volunteering at Liberty Wildlife as a 'thank you' to them for having taken care of numerous injured birds I've brought in over the years (having 4 cats - it's to be expected). It's an honor to work with these majestic birds and the community of the people who care for them.

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Releasing an owl into the wild was perhaps the greatest experience I've had. But on a more personal level, I've gained confidence and a quiet calmness in dealing face to face (face to beak?) with these birds and in a way, living in their world.

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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Like to see more volunteers and donations to continue to improve the facilities and excellent educational programs.

March 22, 2011
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March 22, 2011
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Liberty Wildlife is one of the premier rehabilitation agencies in the United States. I have been working with Liberty Wildlife for several years and it is one of my favorite non-profits. They operate on a shoe string budget but help over 4,000 injured, abandoned and orphaned native wildlife return to nature through rescue and rehabilitation services. In addition, Liberty Wildlife provides over 400 educational programs each year to schools, community organizations and event -- helping individuals understand the importance of protecting and preserving wildlife, habitats and nature. They also provide consultation services to utility companies and others that often impact native habitats negatively. The organization is run primarily by over 350 volunteers and very little staff -- a wonderful organization that deserves the community's support and appreciation!

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site visits, releases of birds of prey, educational events, etc.

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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

complete the capital campaign so a permanent facility can be built. Opportunities for additional educational programs and the rehabilitation of larger birds, such as the condor, would be possible once a permanent facility has been completed.

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