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.

Owl down!

Thursday, 09 March 2017 by

Peace River Wildlife Center took in our first young great horned owl of the year this week.  Unfortunately it probably won’t be our last.  They should issue a roll of duct tape when they send mommy great horned owls home from the maternity ward.  Those babies just can’t seem to stay in the nest. And

That’s one moist owlette

Thursday, 13 October 2016 by

“Callie, smell this owl.”  If your typical day starts with this type of conversation, you might be a rehabber. Peace River Wildlife Center admitted a great horned owl that was found perched on a front porch rail before dawn.  Seeing this is not all that unusual, but when the large bird did not fly off

We often get calls at Peace River Wildlife Center from frantic folks requesting that we do something to help an injured or orphaned wild animal.  Once an animal has been transported to PRWC, the rehabilitation specialists can treat the injured, ill and orphaned.  We do what we can for every animal in distress, but are

Great Horned Owl Rescue

Thursday, 17 September 2015 by

I have the perfect job for someone who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.  Unfortunately I don’t think I had ADHD before I started working at Peace River Wildlife Center.  Between the constantly ringing telephones; visitors peeking into the office to get change or see Bella, our glove-trained great horned owl, sitting on the desk chair;