September 4, 2011
Virginia wineries are tipping their glasses to area wildlife. The Wildlife Center of Central Virginia spent Sunday fundraising at the Glass House Winery in Free Union.
The Wildlife Center is a hospital for wild animals, and some visited the winery Sunday afternoon. Volunteers with the center say both the wineries and the hospital can benefit from the visits.
"There have been a number of people who are familiar with the Wildlife Center but some who are not, and so we're getting our message to some people who are learning what we do on behalf of Virginia's wildlife," said Bill Sykes, a volunteer with the Wildlife Center.
The Wildlife Center plans to set up shop at a number of other central Virginia wineries in September and October.
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