At PAWS Wildlife Center we understand how important collaborating with outside organizations is to having a successful wildlife rehabilitation program. Read about our working partnerships with leading organizations across Washington state, and the wild animals who have benefited from this network.
Back in early October of 2014, PAWS Wildlife Center received a patient we’d never treated before – a Steller Sea Lion pup, estimated to be only four months old. Today we look back at his rehabilitation and share the happy ending that saw him return to Washington waters this spring.
It’s officially breeding season for birds in Washington, and adults have been busily building nests, protecting territories, and trying to attract mates for weeks. With the onset of the breeding season comes the opening of the baby bird nursery at PAWS Wildlife Center.