Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Wildlife rehab clinic benefits from photographer

Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife, located on Florida's Sanibel Island, recently received $24,000 following an auction and book-signing party by Key West photographer Alan S. Maltz. The nonprofit veterinary hospital, known as CROW, began operating in 1968 and cares for more than 4000 injured, sick and orphaned wildlife patients each year, such as this Swallow-tailed Kite.


The donation resulted from the auction of 10 limited-edition artist proofs on canvas of various sizes -- with 100 percent of the proceeds going to CROW -- as well as the sales of Maltz's new book, "Visions of Beauty - Fort Myers, Sanibel & Beyond."

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