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Board Member

Phone: (530) ***-****  HQ Phone
Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Inc
Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, Inc. 1485 Cherry Hills Circle
South Lake Tahoe , California 96150
United States

Company Description: LTWC operates under permits issued by California Fish & Game and the United States Department of the Interior & Wildlife Service. No fee is charged for any bird or...   more

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Tom Millham of LTWC wrote: ..., 1 Jan 2015 [cached]
Tom Millham of LTWC wrote: "Happy New Year!
Board | Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, Inc., 20 Sept 2014 [cached]
Tom Millham Secretary/Treasurer:
"It's kind of sketchy right now ... [cached]
"It's kind of sketchy right now as far as exactly what happened, but what we do know is that there was a forest fire..., and Cinder got caught," said Tom Millham, co-founder of the Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps orphaned and injured animals. The organization operates under permits issued by California Fish & Game, the U.S. Department of the Interior and a federal wildlife service.
Millham said a homeowner, whose house was ravaged by the flames, found Cinder as he was returning home.
"She has burns on all four of her legs and her face, and she may have additional damage that I haven't personally seen yet," he said Monday.
Millham said it could take several weeks to several months before Cinder's healed from the second- and third-degree burns and ready for release.
"That will depend entirely on how the procedures go with the nursing care that we give her and see how she recovers from that care," Millham said.
"Burns, whether you're a bear or a person, are very painful," Millham said.
"We have no idea on much medical expenses will be," he said.
Cinder isn't alone
Cinder isn't the only bear to be recently rescued from a wildfire by volunteer staff at the care center. Cinder is one of 10 bears under the care of Millham and his wife, Cheryl, a record for the most bears they've cared for at one time.
Cinder, named by a Washington state wildlife specialist, will be kept in a pen area next to the Millhams' home with the other bears.
"This is the second (bear)," Millham said of the number of bears recently rescued.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife sought out the Millhams to care for Cinder after learning about another bear cub that had been released after four months of rehabilitation at the center. That eight-pound bear was rescued in the Redding, Calif., area by a firefighter, Millham said.
Young Bald Eage Release | Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, Inc. [cached]
This young bald eagle was rehabilitated by LTWC, then released back into the wild in July 2009. by Tom Millham, LTWC secretary/treasurer.
Thomas W. "Tom" ..., 20 June 2011 [cached]
Thomas W. "Tom" Millham Governor Email Tom
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