Flickers and Falcons, Cats and Cars Presented by Shona Aitken, Wolf Hollow WRC
Since its founding in 1982, Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center has cared for more than 16,000 injured and orphaned wildlife, representing over 220 different species of birds, land and marine mammals, amphibians and reptiles. Located on San Juan Island, Wolf Hollow serves all of San Juan and Skagit Counties and northern Whidbey Island. More than half of the injured and orphaned animals cared for at the center come from Skagit County.
What are the main causes of injury to wild birds brought to Wolf Hollow? How are they cared for and prepared for release back into the wild? Join Shona Aitken, Education Coordinator at Wolf Hollow, to find out more about human impacts on our local wild birds, the work that is involved in rehabilitating them and what you can do to help.
From hummingbirds to elephant seals, the mission of Wolf Hollow is, “To promote the well-being of wildlife and their habitats through rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife, public education and non-invasive research.” Visit their website at www.wolfhollowwildlife.org and call 360.378.5000 (24/7) to report injured or orphaned wildlife.