In late March, Girl Scout Troop 41873 from Snohomish came back for their 7th year in a row to carry out a work weekend at Wolf Hollow. They scrubbed carriers, cleaned the seal nursery, weeded, pressure-washed and completed a whole lot of other tasks to help us get ready for our upcoming busy baby season. THANK YOU!
Join us on the Village Green in Eastsound from 11-3 on May 24th for Wolf Hollow’s 19th annual Bite of Orcas. Come by to sample all kinds of tasty dishes prepared by local restaurants and cafes and support Wolf Hollow while you munch.
We welcome our new Executive Director, Julie Duke, who joined us in early March.
Julie’s association with Wolf Hollow started back in 1997/98 when she was an animal care volunteer at the center while she was completing her Associates Degree at Skagit Valley College, Friday Harbor. She continued as a wildlife transport volunteer on Orcas and later served on our Board of Directors. After moving away from the islands in 2004, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology
from Washington State University, then focused on non-profit business
management and fundraising in Mendocino, CA and then on Bainbridge Island.
She is very excited to come back to Wolf Hollow as Executive Director,
bringing with her the years of non-profit experience she developed while
she was away. She is looking forward to becoming a part of the island
community, working with Wolf Hollow’s wonderful supporters (and
feeding baby birds if the rehabilitation staff will let her!).
In her spare time Julie sings with her blues band, The Julie Duke Band, and enjoys cooking, photography and long walks on the beach with her pugs.
Wolf Hollow on AmazonSmile
Wolf Hollow is registered with AmazonSmile, so if you shop at smile.amazon.com, you can select Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center as the charitable organization that will benefit. We will receive a donation of 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases from the AmazonSmile Foundation.
Lots of small donations can quickly add up, so tell your friends!