Little Wildlife Looking for Big Help

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SACRAMENTO-- On an average day it's pretty easy to see why the Wildlife Care Association of Sacramento is so busy.

"They were making a nest and we wanted to find a no-kill place. That's important to us," Deborah Butler said of the three little birds she found in her RV.

The non-profit also saw a skunk, turtle and other birds come through its door in just the hour FOX40 was there Monday morning.

"It's spring time and that means babies. We already have 1,400 wildlife animals," WCA President Theresa Bielawski said.

The group has an operating budget of $150,000 annually and says that Tuesday's "Big Day of Giving" event will help raise 20 to 30 percent of its budget.

The WCA of Sacramento is always looking for volunteers, they say they need hundreds of them.

If you're interested in helping out you can go to Cesar Chavez Park in Sacramento from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday to find out how as well as see some of their cute and cuddly animals for yourself.

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