My job gives me the opportunity to make better this country (U.S.), my country (Mexico), and the world, doing good, fair, beneficial, and true meaningful things for wildlife.
Wildlife Center of Virginia Blog
The fourth best part of the day was the Big Fish version of how the day ended ...
It’s hard to pick the best part of working at The Wildlife Center: the animals or the people.
After the release, things went … much less smoothly.
Was there a chance he was putting them on “our” perch … for me?
In some ways, part of my work at the Wildlife Center is being a boiler tender.
Because of my love for the “under-dogs”, people will often question, “Why do you bother rehabilitating something that is so common, like a squirrel or a duck or crow?”
The highlight of my time volunteering at the Wildlife Center during 2018 most certainly was being trained to handle Grayson, the Broad-winged Hawk.
Tears still come to my eyes when I think about her. Receiving the pictures of this bear was by far my favorite memory from 2018.
I am thrilled to begin the New Year at the Wildlife Center, performing a job that I love, and continuing to learn as much as possible before my time here ends!