The Erie County SPCA hosted its first-ever Wildlife Baby Shower today.
The event was held at the West Seneca location, and community members were invited to tour the new Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and be up-close and personal with the animals.
There were games and activities for children, wildlife demonstrations, and presentations on topics such as "What to do when a baby wild animal is found", "Being a good steward of the environment", and "How to cohabitate with the wildlife around us."
Those interested in supporting an animal can still help out by visiting YourSPCA.org.
The SPCA’s Wildlife Department cares for more than 3000 wild animals.
These are a few of the birds that you can help support at the SPCA wildlife department as they hold their baby shower for the new animals coming in this year. Just like any other baby shower there is a wish list and you can support his animals till 2 o’clock today @WKBW pic.twitter.com/2ljWLFf8Lh
— Photog Rob (@WKBWPhotogRob) March 10, 2018