Tag: Wildlife Center
A new children’s book tells the story of Maggie, a Peregrine falcon at the Wildlife Center of Virginia in Waynesboro.
The highlight of this year’s Wildlife Center of Virginia auction is a painting – Viper Snake – that comes from The Daily Show, the hit Comedy Central show hosted by Jon Stewart.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia, a leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, will release two young Bald Eagles on Friday, September 12 at 12:30 p.m. at Kiptopeke State Park.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia, a leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, will release a young Bald Eagle on Thursday, August 28 at 11:00 a.m. at Claytor Lake State Park.
The National Wildlife Federation® (NWF) is pleased to recognize that the Wildlife Center of Virginia in Waynesboro has successfully created an official Certified Wildlife Habitat™ site.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia, a leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, will release a juvenile Bald Eagle on Tuesday, July 8 at 11:00 a.m. near the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center in Virginia Beach.
Calendar of events for programs and activities at the Waynesboro Public Library.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia, a leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, will release an adult Bald Eagle on Friday, June 13 at 1:00 p.m. at Belle Isle State Park in Lancaster County.
The Augusta County Library system is hosting a summer reading program for children ages birth to 18 now through July 31.
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and the Wildlife Center of Virginia announced today that the Knoxville Zoo has agreed to provide a permanent home for a yearling Black Bear that cannot be released back into the wild.
Two healthy young Virginia black bears face a lifetime of confinement – or worse – because they are habituated to humans. These bears have lost their natural distrust of people, likely because they were illegally held when they were small cubs.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia is currently treating a record 16 black bear cubs – and these cubs have been the featured “stars” of Critter Cam, the Center’s live camera feed. Students at Beverley Manor Elementary School in Staunton have been watching the bears … and decided to take the next step to help the Center feed the bears.
Staff Report News tips: email@example.com The Wildlife Center of Virginia admitted a total of 2,534 animals for treatment during 2009 – injured, ailing, and orphaned wildlife from all across Virginia. The 2009 caseload was the highest number of patients treated at theinternationally acclaimed teaching and research hospital for wildlife and conservation medicine located in […]
Staff Report The Wildlife Center of Virginia will host its 24th annual Gala and Benefit Auction on Saturday at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel and Conference Center in Staunton. The event is open to the public. Proceeds will benefit the Waynesboro-based Wildlife Center. The event kicks off at 6 p.m. with a cocktail reception and silent […]