We are a nonprofit organization that houses permanently injured birds of prey.
Among the wildlife housed at Wild Wings are eagles, hawks, owls, and also a
bobcat. Our mission is to foster awareness, enhance respect, and promote personal
responsibility for the natural world. We achieve our mission through educational
programs featuring our resident animals.
- batteries: AAA
- copy/computer paper
- ficus trees, artificial (5 to 6 feet)
- garden tools
- grocery-store items: freezer bags (large), garbage bags, latex gloves, paper towels, napkins
- hay or straw for our bobcat
- hydrogen peroxide
- latex gloves, disposable
- lumber 1x6 (not pressure- treated)
- postage stamps
- poster frames
- shrubs (3 to 5 feet), arborvitae
- sunflower seed
- tree loppers
- used ink cartridges (from printers) for recycling
- vacuum cleaner
- venison, uncooked chicken drumsticks
- work gloves or garden gloves
Hours are flexible, generally from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.