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December 9, 2008
Bird, Treated At Wildlife Center, Will Be Released Near Port Conway in King George County The Wildlife Center of Virginia, the nation's leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, will release a juvenile Bald Eagle on Monday, September 4 at 1:00 p.m. at the Land's End Wildlife Management Area, near Port Conway in King George County, Virginia.
December 9, 2008
Birds, Treated at Wildlife Center, Will Be Released near Lake Manassas The Wildlife Center of Virginia, the nation's leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, will release two Bald Eagles on Friday, August 11 at 1:30 p.m. in Prince William County, near the south shore of Lake Manassas [near Greenwich]. Participating in the release will be Ed Clark, President and co-founder of the Center.
December 9, 2008
       The Wildlife Center of Virginia, a leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, will release a Bald Eagle on Thursday, August 4 at the Visitors Center at Mason Neck State Park in southern Fairfax County, Virginia.  The release is scheduled for 11:00 a.m.         The release is free and open to the public.  Individuals who wish to attend are asked to RSVP to the Center at president@wildlifecenter.org
December 9, 2008
I expect that a majority of us attending tonight have had the privilege of working with Ed Clark, President of the Wildlife Center of Virginia, on some project, campaign or committee over his decades of work in the state. We know and honor his work here, but that is only a small part of Ed's contributions, and our award tonight, is one of many that have recognized his efforts. In reviewing his biography, I noticed that Ed hasn't received a major Virginia conservation honor since the Virginia Wildlife Foundation recognized him as Conservation Educator of the Year in 1987.
December 9, 2008
The Virginia Conservation Network (VCN) recognized Marie W. Ridder, Edward E. Clark, Jr., and the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP), for their contributions toward improving Virginia's environment. At its annual dinner in Richmond, VCN continued its tradition of celebrating the work of individuals and organizations making a difference on conservation causes in the Commonwealth.

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