This year has been a bit of a blur. Not only has it been a big year for the Wildlife Center, but, for the first half of the year, my significant other and I were also planning our wedding.
Wildlife Center of Virginia Blog
Although I am neither staff nor a volunteer at the Wildlife Center of Virginia, my association with this organization has had some unique and memorable moments: from Kiley, an avowed non-reader who discovered a passion for black bears and reads anything she can about them, to the squeals of delight as Miss Amanda unveiled Grayson Cam.
At the December 23 Bald Eagle release at Natural Chimneys, Center President Ed Clark asked how many folks were attending their very first eagle release.
“Wildlife Center of Virginia, this is Angel. How may I help you?”
Last spring, the outreach department decided it was time to search for a new snake to add to our team of education animals.
One of my favorite memories for all of 2014 began with a beautiful summer morning bike ride in the Valley with my congenial regular Sunday morning riding group.
Another year has flown by and I’m left wondering where the time has gone! 2014 has been filled with many amazing memories and trying to select just one to share is almost impossible.
The moment that I walked in the door for my first day of volunteering and rehabilitator training at the Wildlife Center, I wished I was a sponge.
Where do I begin?! It’s been almost six months since I started my position as the veterinary fellow. Man, how the time flies!
When I was a little girl, one of my favorite Christmas specials was “The Year Without a Santa Claus.” I remember curling up on the couch with my mom to watch this show on TV year after year.