Things are slowing down at the PAWS Wildlife Center, but we still have a few patients from the spring who aren’t quite ready to be released. Mammals, unlike baby birds, need more time with their mother before they are ready to survive on their own. Jen Mannas gives updates on the last of the spring babies, find out more about the Coyotes, Raccoons and deer getting ready for release.
Lots of activities for bird lover’s this weekend as two local events celebrate our feathered neighbors. PAWS will be be at both the Puget Sound Bird Festival in Edmonds and Swift Night Out in Monroe this Saturday honoring our native Washington birds. Wildlife Naturalist Jen Mannas gives an overview of both of the events and contact information. We’ll see you there!
By Melissa Moore, PAWS Education Programs Manager Summer vacations are over for another year and the daily school routine is back on. That can only mean one thing – PAWS educators are looking forward to being back in the classroom to inspire and empower the next generations of animal champions! Education is an important part […]
We often hear about, and see, the Rock Pigeon, which has adapted to the urban lifestyle. The Band-tail Pigeon is less well known, but native to North and South America and can be found here in Western Washington. PAWS naturalist Jen Mannas shares some great information about this less seen native species.