He has devoted his life to the betterment of people and wildlife. He works tirelessly for wildlife education, rescue, rehabilitation and release of thousands of wild animals a year. He works hard in everything he does and has achieved his Eagle Scout Award, the Community Acheivement award, and leads future children and scouts to do the same.
To help wildlife to heal and be free in the wild. To help educate a community about the needs of animals and how to handle conflicts with wildlife. To share his passion and knowledge for the greater good of all wildlife and people who want to learn about wildlife.
He has shared his knowledge, his passion, and his time to help animals and the thousands of people who ask for help. He helps his mother daily run a business that is in such high demand that it runs 24/7/365, takes in thousands of animals a year and he does this all without pay and a lot of times without a thank you. He is a very special person that helps more than he will ever know in a community that is larger than he will ever know.
I sit in amazement every day at the man he is. I admire his passion, his character, and his love for wildlife. He works hours and hours, day and night to make sure every animal is safe and healing.
It would mean the world to the Sanctuary. They would be able to make much needed purchases like food, freezers, pay bills, fix cages that have been damages by wind, and add education items that would allow visual learning aids.
He is an amazing person that has offered so much in his 23 years of life and I think he is so deserving of this and I want him to know he is so much appreciated and loved for all of his work. He is the true Eagle Scout and would be a perfect Eagle Rare Life Award winner.