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By Ariele Johannson

March 25, 2013 (San Diego)--Project Wildlife is planning for some new arrivals. Each year during nesting and birthing season, the center receives thousands of animals that are sick, injured, or orphaned. Project Wildlife staff and volunteers give these wildlife babies a second chance.

You are invited to view these adorable baby birds and mammals at the Fourth Annual Wildlife Baby Shower at their Central Triage Center in Linda Vista on April 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Visit Project Wildlife during the event and receive a behind-the-scenes tour of the Triage Center. You will get a chance to interact with the Educational Animal Ambassadors and help raise money for their extra baby expenses every spring. Participate in a fun wildlife festival full of fascinating booths, entertainment, games and food. There are drawings for the whole family and visitors can shop at the bazaar.

Much-needed gifts or donations are greatly appreciated and requested for admission to the Wildlife Baby Shower. They have created a gift registry with Consider selecting a gift from the easy to find items from their Baby Shower Wish List. Find Wish Lists on the upper right corner. Choose Baby Registry and put in Project Wildlife with Project as the first name and Wildlife as the last name. Scroll down for the items.

A more extensive wish list can be viewed here

Visit for more information and directions.

Project Wildlife Care Center is located at 887 ½ Sherman Street in San Diego, CA. For more information, call Ana Bellini at 858-866-0555 Ext. 201.


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