Saturday, December 24, 2005

Merry Christmas

Warm wishes to everyone from all of us here at Bird Treatment and Learning Center. I hope everyone's holiday is warm and safe.

If your looking for a last minute tax deduction, Bird TLC is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Send a check made out to;

Bird TLC
P.O. Box 230496
Anchorage, Alaska 99523

So far this year Bird TLC has admitted over 700 birds, 50 of them being eagles. A lot of their stories are posted here on the blog, but not all of them. It takes a lot of funds to operate such an clinic. All help both large and small is appreciated.

If you would like to become a card carrying member, select a level that's appropriate for you. If there's not a big enough level, customize your own.

Yearly Membership Levels

___ $1000 Hero ___ $500 Partner ___ $250 Benefactor

___ $100 Supporter ___ $45 Family ___ $25 Individual

For your membership, you'll receive a Bird TLC pin, Bird TLC membership card, our quarterly newsletter "Flight Feather", and undying gratitude from all the birds and volunteers at Bird TLC.

Mark your check "blog membership, attn: Dave", and I'll send a Bird TLC window sticker. You'll be the envy of all of your birding friends. Sorry, online donations aren't available yet.

4 comments:

Rexroth's Daughter said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours. We love the work that you do, and are planning to send some $ you way.
Wishing you all the best.

The Dharma Bums

TroutGrrrl said...

Merry Christmas to you and your extended family Dave. Thanks also for the work you do and for informing the rest of us about it.

Pamela Martin said...

Merry Christmas Dave! I see that it's just a little colder in Anchorage than in Thomasburg today--Christmas Day. We're losing our snow to round-the-clock above freezing temperatures--though it is a white Christmas. I hope you got the snow you wanted.

Dave said...

Merry Christmas everyone. We got our snow a couple days ago so Santa's slead had no trouble landing. We had the round the clock above freezing weather for over a week. Now things are back to normal, below freezing and maybe some more snow.