Our Programs

As part of our educational programs, we bring some or all of our program birds to your event and talk about their lives, habits and ways to protect them. We also discuss what's involved in being a wildlife rehabilitator. We have done programs for events ranging from town fairs to birthday parties.

Follow the link to our Program Descriptions page for more-detailed descriptions of the variety of programs we offer.

We also offer educational programs and tours at our facility by appointment only.

Because we are a non-profit organization, we do charge a fee for our programs. The revenue from these programs goes directly to the care of the birds.

Please email Horizon Wings for more information, or call us at (860) 429-2181.

 

Video

Julian, Horizon Wings' common raven.

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...

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Horizon Wings was recently at Open Cockpit Day, held in the New England Air Museum at Bradley Airport in Windsor Locks.

Mary Beth and Dakota, the red-tailed hawk, at Open Cockpit Day at the New England Air Museum.

Mary-Beth and Dakota, the red-tailed hawk.

Alan and Athena, the peregrine falcon, at Open Cockpit Day at the New England Air Museum.

Alan and Athena, the peregrine falcon.

Mary Beth with Connie Napier, a Tuskegee Airman, at Open Cockpit Day at the New England Air Museum.Mary Beth with Connie Napier, a Tuskegee Airman, at Open Cockpit Day at the New England Air Museum.

Mary-Beth met Connie Nappier, a Tuskegee Airman, at the show.

Mary-Beth and Dakota, the red-tailed hawk, at Open Cockpit Day at the New England Air Museum.

Mary-Beth and Dakota, the red-tailed hawk.

Jeanne and Silo, the barn owl, at the Wallingford Library.Mary-Beth and Emrys, the barred owl, at the Wallingford Library.Alan and Oscar, the great-horned owl, at the Wallingford Library.

Jeanne and Silo (top-left), the barn owl; Mary-Beth and Emrys (top-right), the barred owl; and Alan and Oscar (bottom), the great-horned owl, at the Wallingford Library.

Mary-Beth and Emrys, the barred owl, in the 4th grade at Wapping School.

Mary-Beth and Emrys, the barred owl, in the 4th grade at Wapping School.

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Thank you notes

Thank you notes from a recent event at Middlebury Elementary School...

Horizon Wings' Senior Citizen Discount
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