On Aug. 4 from 10:30am-3pm, Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, which has been serving the South Lake Tahoe community for 40 years, will once again open its doors to the public with its annual open house.
This is the one day of the year that people other than volunteers with the nonprofit organization are permitted on the grounds where the wild birds and animals are rehabilitated.
LTWC volunteers will guide visitors, describe the reasons the various wildlife are at the center, and relay the prognosis for their eventual release back to the wild.
Renderings of the new facility off Al Tahoe Boulevard, which is under construction now, will be on display.
Retail items will be available, including Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care T-shirts and hats, posters, license plate holders and magnets along with LTWC and Li’l Smokey lapel pins.
Most of the wildlife will be on the “Bear TV.” There are 18 cameras so people may watch them as they play in their little world. Each cage will have a monitor outside to better see the wildlife inside.
LTWC is a non-profit, tax-deductible organization and donations are welcomed.
The address is 1485 Cherry Hills Circle off of Elks Club Drive in Meyers.