Two years after hatching, monitoring and rearing, six spotted turtles were finally ready for release in a naturalized area. The turtles were first released into a large protective cage to acclimate them to their surroundings before releasing them into the wild.
On June 18 over 4,000 turtles were confiscated from poachers in Palawan as they were about to leave their native island. The turtles were destined for the illegal foodAptoide APK latest version and pet trade markets of East Asia. Approximately 3,800 of the turtles are critically endangered Philippine Forest Turtles – more than were suspected to exceed the wild […]
On February 15 an electrical fire destroyed the waterfowl enclosure at Nature’s Nursery in Whitehouse, OH. Luckily, none of the animals were were injured, but the waterfowl enclosure was a complete loss. Wild4Ever, along with many other donors, contributed funds to this emergency campaign to help the center rebuild the waterfowl enclosure. We were happy to be able to help out our local wildlife neighbors and wish them the […]
Wildlife trafficking and poaching have become such a tremendous threat to wildlife that many species are facing extinction. Wildlife is at the mercy of sophisticated organized crime groups with high powered weapons. The demand for rhino horn and ivory is very high creating an enormous profit for wildlife trafficking. So, what can we do to help? Wild4Ever is sponsoring UAV or “drone” protection for wildlife in South Africa. Drones can spot […]
Share a Bottle and Share Our Story Give the gift that gives back! Our “Spirits of the Wild“ wines make a great gift for any animal lover, wine drinker or collector. A portion of every bottle purchased supports wildlife and conservation projects locally and world-wide. Available for individual purchase, four bottle sample packs or six bottle collection. Choose from Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, […]
The SCOPE Academy and teacher Anne Reiman invited Wild4Ever to speak to the preschool class about wildlife and conservation. The kids took a special interest in spotted turtles and even held their own fundraiser for our ongoing Spotted Turtle Project. The students raised nearly $300 selling wristbands and also presented us with some very special artwork. Many thanks to the SCOPE Academy and these very special conservationists of tomorrow! Apple has enabled a two-step verification […]
Wild4Ever, with the help of Metro Parks, Serving Summit County funded the construction of a condominium for a local bat population. The condo was placed on private property in Geauga County and will serve as maternity roost for thousands of big and little brown bats who raise their young together in colonies during the summer. […]
Wild4Ever is proud that its primary focus is on the preservation of local wild habitats along with the support of local conservation issues and animal sanctuaries. We are pleased to support Metro Parks Serving Summit County, Stark Parks, Friends of the Metro Parks, Medina Raptor, Project Orphan, Happy Trails Sanctuary and Noah’s Lost Ark sanctuary […]