Critter Cam 1

You are watching  one of the Center's non-releasable education birds. You may be watching Buddy, our nine-year-old Bald Eagle. Buddy came to the Center in 2008 with avian pox.

Or ... you are watching Maggie, the one-eyed Peregrine Falcon! Wondering how Maggie got her name?  Read our archived "spotlight" on Maggie. Or ... you are watching Buttercup, the Center's education Black Vulture.  Buttercup is a human-imprinted bird.

Hospital Cam occurs monthly on this Critter Cam; check out our events calendar to see when the next one is scheduled!

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Caring for Critters

The Wildlife Center cares for about two dozen permanent animal residents – hawks, owls, eagles, opossums, and snakes – who are important wildlife ambassadors.

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Cam in the Classroom

The Critter Cam experience builds on children's curiosity with nature. Teachers are using Critter Cam in a variety of subjects -- not only biology and the environment but also math, vocabulary, problem-solving, and creative writing.

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Founded in 1982, the Wildlife Center of Virginia has provided quality health care, often on an emergency basis, to more than 70,000 sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals. As a non-profit organization, the Center relies on the generosity of caring individuals.

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Wildlife Center Weather

Shenandoah Weather Report

Today, March 19, 2018


50 °F

Weather forecast from, delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and the NRK