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During the past month, Eastern Screech-Owl #21-1102 has been receiving regular exercising sessions with the rehabilitation staff in an outdoor flight pen.
Sadly, Bald Eagle #21-0677 was humanely euthanized on September 17.
On September 12, a private citizen found a young Turkey Vulture stuck in a large mud pit near a construction site in Charlottesville.
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In 2021, the Wildlife Center of Virginia is undertaking a massive amount of reconstruction to rebuild critical housing areas for patients and ambassadors. Thanks for your help!
The Wildlife Care Academy provides comprehensive instruction on a wide array of topics, including wildlife rehabilitation, wildlife medicine and diagnostics, outreach and communications, education, organization management, and more.
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.
The Wildlife Center is currently tracking the post-release movements of two Bald Eagles. See where the eagles are now!