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.
Thank you for your support!
Horizon Wings is a small, privately-owned, non-profit organization funded by providing educational programs and by out-of-pocket expenses. All money and materials donated to us goes solely to the care of the birds in rehabilitation and or program birds. Some of the items we are currently in need of include:
Monetary donations are also greatly appreciated and are tax deductible.
Because of a very generous donation from Joseph and Mary Mersereau, we were able to build this outbuilding, which we use for the care of rehab birds before they are ready for outdoor flight cages. The donation was made in the memory of Joseph's brother, Gerald Mersereau, who banded over 8,500 raptors as a volunteer for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
We appreciate the efforts made by Paulien Rorick of Studio P Graphic Design in volunteering her time to redesign our website.
Volunteers Jeanne Wadsworth working with Athena the peregrine falcon (left) and Sandy Vinton with Emrys the barred owl (right).
A special thanks to Jeanne and Sandy for donating their time this spring helping us get ready for our 2010 Earth Day Fair. The place looks great!
Thanks, MB and Alan
Volunteer Galen Riordan releasing an eastern screech owl.
Students and staff from the E.O. Smith Depot Campus School who volunteered their time to help with some spring cleanup. Thanks again!
Red-tailed hawk being released by Jeanne Wadsworth (left) and volunteer Alexi Kimiatek getting ready to release a broad-winged hawk (right).
Volunteer Sandy Vinton and members of the Alpha Phi Omega Delta Sigma fraternity helping to clear brush for our 2010 Earth Day fair. Thanks for the help!
Horizon Wings also values dedicated people willing to volunteer their time helping out at the center. Volunteers help with cleaning cages, feeding and watering birds, and helping to build new cages and maintain existing ones. Maintaining the grounds is also a never-ending task.
Very dedicated volunteers will also have the opportunity to help on educational programs and participate in the care and eventual release of rehab birds.
High school and college students looking for credits or experience in the wildlife field are always welcome.
We do our best to make volunteering at Horizon Wings a fun and educational experience. We especially need volunteer help in the Spring, Summer and Fall.
Please fee free to contact Horizon Wings to schedule an appointment.
Download our newsletter, On the Horizon, for more information regarding our programs, events and how you can help.
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