News from the Center
We are hiring!
Do you have a passion for beautiful outdoor spaces and the expertise to drive a commercial mower? Well, we have a part-time opportunity for someone to help maintain our grounds and you should consider applying for the position! Email us if you’re interested in scheduling an interview.
From June through the end of August during certain morning programs the Center for Birds of Prey will offer a unique experience called the Vulture Restaurant. From a special viewing area, visitors will have the opportunity to witness the social feeding dynamics of our most important avian scavengers, vultures!
The dates for these special programs are:
- July 13, 21, and 27
- August 4, 11, 18, and 24
Injured Bird Transport Volunteer Workshop
Sunday, August 13, 11am to 1pm
Join us for an introduction to the Avian Medical Clinic’s Transport Volunteer program. Learn about our Injured Bird Transport Network and how you can become an Injured Bird Transport Volunteer.
The Avian Medical Clinic receives more than 600 injured wild birds of prey and shore birds each year. In order to provide those birds with the highest level of medical and rehabilitative care, the Center relies on a large network of individuals located throughout the state who volunteer their time to assist with this process.Register for Transport Workshop
Photography on the Wild Side
September 10 – Sold Out
An exclusive opportunity to photograph live birds of prey outside of their enclosures both while perching and in free flight. Space is limited to optimize the photographic experience.
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Save-the-Date for Wild at Wingswood
Saturday, October 21st, 6-9pm
Join us for our most important fundraising event of the year. This iconic evening includes a silent and live auction, raffle, and of course, multiple birds in flight.
For more information, please click here.