OWL Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven society dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of injured birds of prey, such as eagles, falcons, hawks, ospreys, owls and vultures.
About OWL (ORPHANED WILDLIFE) REHABILITATION SOCIETY
OWL became a registered nonprofit society in January 1985. We operate 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, on an “on-call” basis. We are open every Saturday and Sunday between 10 am and 3 pm during September through June. We are open for tours daily between 10 am and 3pm during July and August. We are closed on statutory holidays.
OWL offers education classes, both onsite and offsite. We have over 25 ‘Front Education’ residents who stay on-site and help educate any tours our classes that visit OWL. We also have over 10 ’Side Education’ residents who visit schools, community centers, and libraries throughout the year to educate the public.
We are always looking for new volunteers to help with fundraising events. We are proud of our record in the field of raptor rehabilitation, and we are anxious to continue our work and to meet the ever-increasing demands on both our facilities and our dedicated volunteers.