Critter Cam 2

You are watching Red-tailed Hawk #15-0021.  This female hawk was admitted to the Center on January 13 with severe lead poisoning.  She's made an amazing recovery so far!  

Or ... you are watching Buttercup, the Center's education Black Vulture.

Or, you are watching Owl Cam, featuring Eastern Screech-owl #15-0047.  This owl is recovery from an eye evisceration and several wing fractures after it was hit by a vehicle earlier this year.

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April 1, 2015

  • Lois & Critter Sitter

    Happy Birthday Congowings. Hope you have a fantastic day. Thank you for all you do.

Cam in the Classroom

The Critter Cam experience builds on children's curiosity with nature. Teachers are using Critter Cam in a variety of subjects -- not only biology and the environment but also math, vocabulary, problem-solving, and creative writing.

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Caring for Critters

The Wildlife Center cares for about two dozen permanent animal residents – hawks, owls, eagles, opossums, and snakes – who are important wildlife ambassadors.

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Founded in 1982, the Wildlife Center of Virginia has provided quality health care, often on an emergency basis, to more than 60,000 sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals. As a non-profit organization, the Center relies on the generosity of caring individuals.

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