Raymond Fontaine Ray Fontaine has volunteered at Sulphur Creek for over 6 years and donated more than 1100 hours. He is incredibly reliable and hard working. Ray works primarily in the Animal Hospital and is experienced in working with a variety of wildlife including; herons, egrets, doves, hummingbirds, snakes, opossums and even eagles. He also volunteered to be "Squirrel Dad," - taking home infant squirrels and feeding them around the clock at 3, 4 and 5 hour intervals until they were finally weaned.
In additions, Ray is a skilled woodworker. He has made a number of baby mammal nesting boxes and has put together netting stands for some of the pelagic birds we care for. Putting his skills to good use for the benefit of the District, Ray created and built the current turkey house, and donated a few of his prized wooden pens and bird feeders to the silent auction for Flight to Freedom.