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What's New

September 22, 2016

The Wildlife Center is now accepting pre-orders for the 2017 Garden of Eagles calendar!

September 27, 2016

Rabies is a fatal virus that can affect wildlife, domestic animals, and people. That’s what we’ve always been told, right? But what exactly is rabies? How common is it?

September 23, 2016

On Wednesday, September 21, Bald Eagle #16-1012 had blood drawn for pre-release analysis. Dr. Dave also fitted a GPS transmitter on the eagle, which will track the bird's movements post-release.

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Learn about the Wildlife Center’s current patients and success stories.

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Garden of Eagles Calendars

The Wildlife Center is now accepting pre-orders for the 2017 Garden of Eagles calendar! Orders will be accepted through October 24 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern. Don't miss out on your chance to purchase this wonderful calendar.

Call of the Wild Conference 2016

The Wildlife Center of Virginia invites you to the 21st annual Call of the Wild conference on wildlife rehabilitation. There's something for everyone at this year's conference -- we hope you can join us!  

Online Wildlife Book Club

Every other month, the Wildlife Center hosts an online book club on the Critter Cam moderated discussion. Join us for our next meeting, on October 5, as we discuss "The Secret Lives of Bats" by Merlin Tuttle. 

2016 Benefit & Gala

The 2016 Wildlife Center Annual Gala will be held on Saturday, October 29 at the historic Stonewall Jackson Hotel in Staunton, Virginia.

Bald Eagle Tracking

The Wildlife Center is currently tracking the post-release movements of eight Bald Eagles.  See where the eagles are now!

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