Horizon Wings is a non-profit Wildlife Rehabilitation Center specializing in Birds of Prey. Funding is provided by educational programs and donations.
Please consider donating now to help us care for our program birds and those in rehabilitation. We will send a beautiful calendar to those donating $25 or more.
Thank you for your support!
Under this program, the Smith’s will match each dollar donated to Horizon Wings in 2015, up to $1,000. This way, each dollar you give will do double duty. The program will run from December 12, 2014 through March 1, 2015.
Many of their friends and family already have a lot of “stuff,” so they decided to do this as an alternative holiday gift. The Smith’s are donating in the name of the following ten families: Chapuis, Davis & Davidson, Demers, Donahue, Hansen and John of Woodstock, Horn of Pomfret, Gallagher of North Carolina, Martin of Brooklyn, and Zimmerman of Amston.
All donations will provide for the raptors in our care. As our free food supply has been drastically reduced in the last six months, most of these donations will go directly to providing food for our birds. It will also cover the cost to provide adequate housing and veterinary bills.
Please consider donating now.
Horizon Wings was recently featured on an episode of Surely You're Joking, Mr. Science, on West Hartford Community Television, take a look!
You can also see more videos of Horizon Wings' birds on YouTube...
Horizon Wings is a non-profit Wildlife Rehabilitation Center specializing
in Birds of Prey. All of our funding is provided by
educational programs and donations.
Horizon Wings has several raptors which we are unable to release back into the wild due to their injuries. Fortunately we are able to keep these birds at our center and, with a special permit, use them for educational programs.
On Tuesday, December 2nd, we sadly had to say goodbye to Chico, our Broad-Winged Hawk ambassador. He passed peacefully after a brief illness, and will be remembered by many as a small bird full of personality.
Chico was found 7 years ago as a nestling at the bottom of his nest tree. His injuries were too severe and he was too young to make a full recovery for release to the wild, so he was trained to teach children and adults about the importance of leaving uninjured fledglings alone, as well as the incredible migration habits of Broad-Winged Hawks, and the hazards they face both here and in their winter migration lands due to clear-cutting. Chico also helped raise generations of orphaned and injured fledgling Broad-Winged Hawks in his aviary.
He was a wonderful bird that many loved, and he will be missed.
We're offering our 2015 calendar for sale early this year. Each page features a gorgeous, full-color photo of one of the birds in our educational or rehabilitation programs.
A great gift idea! PURCHASE NOW while supplies last!
Horizon Wings does a number of public programs throughout the year. We are also available for programs to private organizations and individuals.
Our upcoming events change frequently, so visit often, and we look forward to seeing you at one!
Here's where we are next. Contact the facilities directly for more information:
With Atka, our bald eagle
Jonathan Trumbull Library
580 Exeter Road
The Secret Lives of Owls
Jacob Edwards Library
236 Main Street
Download our newsletter, On the Horizon, for more information regarding our programs, events and how you can help.
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