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Nature Night | Behind the Scenes: The Wildlife Care Center

Join Portland Audubon’s Wildlife Care Center team for a behind-the-scenes look at the treatment they provide to give injured and orphaned wildlife a second chance. Learn about the most common hazards that bring animals to the Care Center and what we can do to co-exist with our wild neighbors. Finally, take a tour of the NEW Wildlife Care Center and learn how this facility will provide the tools we need to meet the growing demands of our region.

Turkey Vulture with lead poisoning receives exam
Connie Lo, staff veterinarian, and Stephanie Herman, Wildlife Care Center manager, examine the Turkey Vulture.

About the Wildlife Care Center:

Portland Audubon’s Wildlife Care Center is the largest and busiest rehabilitation facility in the region. We treat more than 4,000 injured and orphaned native wildlife each year, and educate tens of thousands of people about how to peacefully resolve conflicts with wildlife. Our expert staff and more than 150 volunteers keep the Wildlife Care Center running 365 days a year.

Bob Sallinger releases the Bald Eagle. Photo by AshlieRené Gonzales

Details

Date:
October 12, 2021
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Event is online.

Organizer

Matthew Hushbeck
Phone:
(503) 349-5907
Email:
mhushbeck@audubonportland.org