Spike, Dakota and Friends of Wildwoods at Blue Lake

Fox21 tells the story:

DULUTH – Some Northlanders celebrated Earth Day, one day early on Sunday, by raising money for Wildwoods. Art for Our Wildwoods kicked off at the Blue Lake Gallery in Canal Park donating 20 percent of the Gallery’s proceeds to the rehabilitation center. “We rescue injured wildlife including lead-poisoned eagles, animals hit by cars, window strikes and we’re also here to educate the public on wildlife issues,” Erica Erickson, vice-chair of the Wildwoods board, said. The event also featured three special guests, a red-tailed hawk, a porcupine and a hognose snake.

The event would not have been possible without the contributions from The Cupcake Lady, Positively Third Street Bakery, Townsquare Media (our radio partners KOOL 101.7), our silent auction partners Applebees, Duluth Grill, Grandma’s, and Cantonese House. Thanks, too, to the immensely hard-working volunteers.

2 Comments

dinondelilah

about 11 years ago

He's so cute! Fun fact: I used to attend camp at Audubon Center of the North Woods. 

Who is the Cupcake Lady?

emmadogs

about 11 years ago

I wonder if he's a relative or close friend of Porky, of West Duluth Porcupine Hotel fame.

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