By now, hopefully you have watched the Wildlife Center’s year-end video (if you haven’t, you should definitely check it out!).
Wildlife Center of Virginia Blog
When asked to look back on the past year at the Wildlife Center of Virginia and share my fondest memory, there was no question … I would write about Africa!
With only three months left in my rehabilitation internship, in the dead of winter, I wasn’t expecting anything too exciting to happen.
2015 marks my 10th anniversary at the Wildlife Center of Virginia. It doesn’t really seem like I’ve worked here for a decade.
Music in the park … a piece of music in honor of Ed Clark… a Buddy the Bald Eagle appearance … free ice cream sandwiches … what else could you ask for? How about some nice weather …
My first six months as the veterinary intern at the Wildlife Center of Virginia have been very memorable! I can hardly believe December is here and now nearly gone; time flies when you are having fun.
My love and fascination with Eastern Hog-nosed Snakes began in May 2011 when one was admitted to the Wildlife Center as a patient.
His English was very broken, but his compassion and motivation to elicit help from me was not.
Being an animal care volunteer at the Wildlife Center is such a privilege and every day brings different challenges.
When I was hired as the newest member of the front desk team in mid-March of this year, I was excited to get to work. Soon, my excitement turned to panic.