Mar 24, 2013 8:44 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News

Fundraiser held for local non-profit Pacific Wildlife Care

Locals came together Sunday to enjoy an afternoon of wine, food, and wildlife.

It was the Fifth Annual Windows Into Wildlife Fundraiser in Paso Robles.

Vina Robles Winery hosted the event, where guests could enjoy drinks, food, a silent auction, and meet animals from Pacific Wildlife Care. It's a local non-profit that rescues and rehabilitates sick and orphaned wildlife.

The organization mainly needs help raising funds for animal feed.

"Food is very expensive for our animals. Last year, we had over 2300 animals that we cared for, and pelicans eat a huge amount of fish. The raptors eat mice and quail, and you know, it's very expensive," said Meg Crockett, the Pacific Wildlife Care President.

Tickets cost $90 a person.



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