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Southern Comfort on Sanibel features ‘wild’ fun

By Staff | Apr 18, 2019
CLINIC FOR THE REHABILITATION OF WILDLIFE CROW Executive Director Alison Charney Hussey thanks attendees for their support.
CLINIC FOR THE REHABILITATION OF WILDLIFE Jennifer and Dave Nichols, right, meet Mina, a great horned owl.
CLINIC FOR THE REHABILITATION OF WILDLIFE Dustyn Corace, Tim Neubauer, Ann Neubauer and Amanda Curran.
CLINIC FOR THE REHABILITATION OF WILDLIFE Auctioneer Tommy Williams works the crowd.
CLINIC FOR THE REHABILITATION OF WILDLIFE Susan Murphy tries her hand at the matching game.

Islanders went “wild” at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife’s Southern Comfort on Sanibel, held on April 12 at The Community House on Sanibel. The night began as guests experienced a wildlife encounter with CROW’s Animal Ambassadors: Mina, a great horned owl; Lola, an American kestrel; and Bashful, a Virginia opossum. Resident Chef Jarred Harris, of The Community House, created a “feeding frenzy” with his delicious offerings. Guests played games to win prizes, including a balloon raffle in which participants purchased a balloon they popped to reveal if they had won a prize. CROW wildlife release videos streamed throughout the night and guests “roared” to show their support of CROW’s mission during “Lots of Love,” a special part of the live auction.