Come on down to PRWC to visit some of our residents. We are open 365 days a year from 11:00 to 4:00 for visitors and from 8:00 to 5:00 for injured animal intake.

Flatwoods Eagle, Flat Out

Thursday, 06 November 2014 by

Peace River Wildlife Center has been abuzz with a recent bald eagle patient this past week. One of our long standing volunteers, Barb Taylor, participated in a rescue class a few weeks ago and got to put her newfound skills to the test. Her first rescue was a fuzzy baby duck, and while cute, was

Trick or Treat–Raccoon on the Roof

Thursday, 30 October 2014 by

Trick or treat?  That is the question that runs through my mind every time my phone rings.  Especially on those rare occasions when I am not at work at Peace River Wildlife Center.  Sometimes it is a relatively benign question from one of the rehabbers like, “Where do we order crane chow from?  We are

Last week’s wildlife rescue class taught by some of Peace River Wildlife Center’s rescue volunteers was a rousing success and not a moment too soon.  Life has indeed been a little wild lately at PRWC.  We recently admitted an injured adult male bobcat that had been hit by a car.  The gentleman traveling in the

As the snowbirds start to stream down south for the winter, so do the snow birds.  Here at Peace River Wildlife Center we have noticed an increase in migrating avian species.  We are starting to see wood storks, hawks, and songbirds that pass into and through our area of southwest Florida because of our mild

A big shout out to Josh Olive, the esteemed publisher of WaterLine, for looking out for me.  I don’t always have time to write an article for the Charlotte Sun insert every week.  Sometimes I’m just too busy taking care of babies, patients, and residents of Peace River Wildlife Center, not to mention staff, volunteers,