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The Allegheny Woodrat – a nocturnal, solitary rodent roughly the size of an Eastern Gray Squirrel -- can typically be found in Virginia west of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
During the past month, Bald Eagle #23-2031 has continued its rehabilitation in the Center's A3 enclosure.
During the past two months, Bald Eagle #23-0749 has continued her rehabilitation in the A1 enclosure.
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Join us online the week of October 9-13 for this year's Gala and Benefit Auction. Purchase tickets or sponsorships for a full week of online events leading up to our Friday night Gala extravaganza and Auction roundup.
Join us online and/or in person for this year's Call of the Wild conference, with two days of online content and one day of in-person workshops and seminars. There's truly something for everyone!
Do you know what to do if you find a wild animal in need? We have a variety of advice on our website — read more and give us a call for any wildlife emergency.