Rehab and release of American Coot from day 1 until 45 days later by the staff at the Ruth Melichar Bird Center in Boise, ID. This is a non-profit rehabilitation center focusing only on avian care.
The Ruth Melichar Bird Center has received 350 ducklings within a 2-week period. This is unprecedented!
DUCKVILLE IS OVERFLOWING! We are in need of committed Volunteers to help care for these little orphans.
Duckville Volunteers Needed for any of the following shifts:
Morning Shift: Mondays
Morning Shift: Tuesdays
Morning Shift: Wednesdays
Evening Shift: Thursdays
Call Jennifer to get on the schedule now.
Questions? For more details please contact:
Jennifer Rockwell at: 208/571-3555 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you for being there for the wildlife in our community.
A Huge THANK YOU to everyone that participated in IDAHO GIVES yesterday. We are thrilled to say that you donated $7910 to the animals! Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity.
Here are some thoughtful comments from our generous donors:
I know how hard they work. I’ve seen them in action.
Do it for the birds!
Thank you for all you do in our community with animal rescue.
I appreciate all that Animals In Distress does to help injured, sick, and lost animals.
I’m proud of the tremendous work AIDA does with such a small budget. The animals and people who love them thank you!
Appreciate your helping our local wildlife that make Boise a special place to live.
An amazing organization with such kind people taking care of the most vulnerable animals. Thanks for all you do!
I had to take 10 abandoned ducklings to you yesterday 5/3/17. I cried on my way there as I’ve never had to surrender an animal, but you all made me know I did the right thing. Thank you so much for all you do! I will continue to donate as often as I can.
Thank you for all your hard work.
Thanks for all your hard work.
RedBuilt is happy to match our employee contributions.
Thanks for your dedication!
I think that it’s great there are people who help our wildlife, always makes me feel good when you do!
Thank you for everything you do!!
What a great service you provide! I’ve used your services a couple of times over the past few years and you were great to work with. Thank you for being there!
Thank-you for your dedication to injured birds.
In appreciation of all the work the volunteers do. You GO MADY!
I love this program!
The individuals caring for injured, mistreated and abandoned animals willingly and generously give of their time each day with care and humility. I am proud to know some of these individuals who understand the needs of the wild animals they support.
Ruth Melichar was my aunt, a very special lady. This gift is in remembrance of her.
I love animals!
Thank you for your selfless work on behalf of Idaho’s wild animals.
ANIMALS IN DISTRESS ASSOCIATION/RUTH MELICHAR BIRD CENTER
WISHES YOU AND YOURS THE
MERRY, MERRIEST OF CHRISTMASES
AND A GREAT 2017!
2016 was a very busy year for AIDA. Due to late season arrivals, several species are being held over the winter for a spring release: bats, cottontails, foxes, raccoons, skunks and squirrels.
Thank you for your continued support of Idaho’s injured and orphaned wildlife. Your donations are monumental to our mission.
100ADA, a new non-profit in Ada County is a ‘giving circle’ created by community-minded professionals.
They have chosen us, Animals In Distress Association (AIDA) to be one of five nominated local non-profits to compete for a cash donation. This September will be their ‘Autumn Giving Event’ in which we will participate.
It will be Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 6-8 pm at Crane Creek Country Club, 500 W. Curling Drive, Boise
Please visit their website to learn about this new non-profit that have banded like minded community members together to help other Ada County non-profits.
Please keep your fingers crossed for Animals In Distress Association.
Two Great Horned Owlets came into us on May 8th. One of them was very thin and had a deep puncture wound in the side of his head and ear area which was infested with maggots. They had already started feeding on the live tissue. Unfortunately, this little guy had to be euthanized, but its sibling was re-nested with another family group.