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What's New

October 23, 2014

Bald Eagle #14-2150 was released today at Kiptopeke State Park in front of a crowd of about 60 people.

October 23, 2014

Mama BADO came to the Wildlife Center in early 2013, after she was likely hit by a car in Lexington, Virginia.

October 21, 2014

On Friday, the rehabilitation staff were pleased to note that American Bittern #14-2257 was eating all of the live fish in its temporary “wetlands” in the Center’s aviary.

Critter Corner

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

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Call of the Wild Conference 2014

The Wildlife Center of Virginia invites you to the 19th 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!  

Absentee Bidding

The 2014 Gala & Benefit Auction on November 1 will include hundreds of items — all donated to help support the lifesaving work of the Wildlife Center of Virginia.  If you are unable to attend the 2014 Gala, you may submit an absentee bid.  The deadline for placing absentee bids is Friday, October 31 at 3:00 p.m.

Wildlife Center Book Club

The Wildlife Center's next online book club meeting is on December 2.  We hope you can join us on the moderated discussion to discuss Never Cry Wolf

2014 Benefit & Gala

The 2014 Wildlife Center Annual Gala will be held on Saturday, November 1 at the historic Stonewall Jackson Hotel in Staunton, Virginia.

Bald Eagle Tracking

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

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