Upcoming Events

October 8, 2022 - 5:00pm
94 Natural Chimneys Lane Mt. Solon, VA 22843

Join the Wildlife Center of Virginia and Augusta County Parks and Recreation at the Natural Chimneys Park & Campground on Saturday, October 8 for an outdoor screening of The Bad Guys, a family-friendly movie featuring animals that have often been stigmatized by the public, including wolves, snakes, tarantulas and more!

October 19, 2022 - 9:00am
Facebook or Live Events Page

We have a special Critter Cam event on Wednesday, October 19—Hospital Cam! Tune in at 9:00 a.m. Eastern to see behind-the-scenes at the Wildlife Center and watch as the veterinarians, technicians, rehabilitators, and volunteers perform treatments on a wide variety of patients.

October 22, 2022 (All day)
Online

You're invited!

Please join us for Gala Week – the week of October 17.

In the days leading up to the Gala, we’ll be hosting a series of online events, including presentations by Center staff, our education ambassadors, and special guests.

And the Grand Finale will be on Saturday evening, October 22.  Join Center President Ed Clark for an online update on the Center’s work … and the exciting final countdown to the online auction.

November 9, 2022 (All day)
Online

The Wildlife Center of Virginia was formally launched on November 9, 1982.  During four decades of service, the Center has helped nearly 90,000 wild animals in need, provided hands-on training for a generation of wildlife health-care providers, and worked to teach the world to care for, and care about, wildlife and the environment.

Join Center President Ed Clark on November 9, 2022, for the online kick-off of a year-long celebration of the Center’s 40th Anniversary.

November 18, 2022 - 8:00am to November 20, 2022 - 4:00pm
Online!

Join us online for the 27th annual Call of the Wild conference on wildlife rehabilitation. Wildlife rehabilitators, veterinary professionals, wildlife biologists, environmental educators, and wildlife enthusiasts from Virginia and beyond will share ideas and knowledge that can benefit wildlife, the environment, and the continually evolving field of wildlife rehabilitation.

We hope to see you online in November 2022!

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