A few of us were lucky enough to witness the release of 2 bald eagles who were rescued and cared for by local wildlife rehabilitators on the Eastern Shore after they were found injured. Thank you to the Eastern Shore Chapter of Virginia Master Naturalists for informing us of this really cool event, as well as the Wildlife Center of Virginia for rescuing and releasing these amazing birds! Check out the pictures we took of the event below:
Last week, long-time member, Brandon, and No Limits’ Case Coordinator, Kyle Fulk, volunteered their Eastern Shore Master Naturalist skills by assisting with a local butterfly count at Savage Neck Dunes Natural Area Preserve. The results of these counts will provide important data to scientists and policy-makers at the Coastal Virginia Wildlife Observatory which assists with management and policy making decisions regarding the wildlife/environment of Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Outstanding work!
It is time for the Annual Satisfaction survey! We encourage anyone and everyone to complete this brief online survey – survivors of brain injury, members of No Limits Eastern Shore (NLES), family, friends, fellow service providers, community members, anybody who interacts with NLES.
If you would prefer to complete this survey on paper please click the following link to obtain a printable format of the survey – Printable NLES Satisfaction Survey 2019
You may also call (757) 789-3990 or e-mail email@example.com to request a paper form.
Completed paper surveys may be mailed, faxed, or e-mailed to No Limits Eastern Shore.
This week we received our 4th, fantastic, and beautiful outdoor building from Backyard Escapes in Pocomoke Maryland. As always, the building (a new storage shed) arrived in perfect condition, and the crew from Backyard Escapes ensured that the new building’s installation was an easy and efficient process. They even helped us to move our “crab shack” (or gazebo building) to a new location in the yard in the same morning as installing the new shed! THANK YOU Backyard Escapes for your great work and customer service. Check out pictures of the gazebo being moved and our new shed being installed below!
We enjoyed our 7th, but unfortunately last, week with YouthWorks volunteers for the summer… but boy did we end on a great note! This week’s YouthWorks volunteers assisted with a very important and much need project – breaking down the old plastic shed and helping to install and organize a brand new shed from the awesome folks at Backyard Escapes! Check out photos of our time with YouthWorks volunteers from week 7 below!