Peace River Wildlife Center received a frantic call from a landscaper recently. A baby eagle had walked into his open equipment trailer and was just hanging around. He had tried to shoo it away, but it wouldn’t leave. I asked him to take a picture with his cell phone and send it to me. To
2016 is finally over. As one of the worst years in recent memory, it will not be missed. We will miss the people we lost and the ideals that have been trampled. So many bad things happened this past year, with the possibility of causing even more dreadful consequences, that it is difficult to look
Charlotte County Animal Control strikes again. I do not know how they do the amazing job they do, but I am glad to have them working with us at Peace River Wildlife Center. Thanks to CCAC Officer Nord and a bevy of helpful citizens, an injured bald eagle is resting comfortably and recuperating at PRWC.
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