Household items, many animal collectibles, jewelry, leather kits & stamps, rubber stamps, bead making and much more. All proceeds go to Animals In Distress, a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation organization funded entirely by contributions and fundraising events. We receive no City, County, State or Federal funding
The Ruth Melichar Bird Center has a new Amazon Wish List and we are in need of supplies to help us take care of THOUSANDS of injured and orphaned birds this year.
Amazon makes it easy to donate. Simply add an item from the list to your cart, then include your name and email address in the personalized message box during checkout. We will email you a photo of your donation in use. A donation makes a great Mother’s Day or birthday gift for a wildlife lover! Many items are under $10 and will make a big difference to our patients! 🐥🦆🦉
Thank you for your generous donations during Idaho Gives 2018. Animals In Distress Assn. received $13,794 to help the injured and orphaned wildlife. You have kept us going through these many years, and we want to express our sincere gratitude for your faithfulness to AIDA and the wildlife of our community.
Corbin Maxey, The Reptile Guy, Boise native and nationally recognized animal expert, biologist and television personality invited AIDA to join him in one of his wonderful podcasts. You will find both links below in order to listen in.
In this episode, I sit down with my good friend and one of the hardest working people in wildlife rescue, Mady Rothchild. She runs Animals In Distress, a native wildlife rescue based in Boise, Idaho. We discuss her rescue work with bats,
Entire home/apt in Boise, United States. Nestle in a remodeled 1910 barn loft. 1250 sq.ft. Beautiful views, peace, quiet and warm feeling throughout. Sits above a licensed wildlife rehabilitation center for injured/orphaned birds. Your cozy nest overlooks the 11th hole and lake on Quail Hollow Golf Course. Enjoy the sunsets on the deck and look over the city of Boise. Beautiful setting in the Boise foothills. Its charm and ambience is beyond category.
Biking, hiking, dining, wining. . .everything at your fingertips within 5-15 min…
This video was produced by the American Bird Conservancy. We have chosen to post this video instead of producing our own, as it tells the story of what we, too, deal with on a daily basis, especially during the critical and vulnerable baby season. Our treatment protocol mimics all that is seen in this video.
This Western Screech Owl was found in the middle of 8th St. near Foothills Learning Center. Other than appearing a bit stunned, this lucky owl had no injuries and after 24 hours and a flight test; it was released back in the area it was found. It immediately flew and landed on this large tree so it could give it’s rescuer/releaser, ‘the ol’ stink eye’. We are so happy this story had a happy ending!