By Jen Mannas, Wildlife Naturalist October 26 was a special day for our wildlife staff as two healthy, sub-adult Bald Eagles were released back into the wild together after several weeks of rehabilitation and care at PAWS. This is the first time since 2009 that we’ve released more than one eagle at a time in […]
By Jen Mannas, Wildlife Naturalist As the days become shorter and the nights become colder, many wildlife species in our area are preparing for winter. For some, that means getting out of town and migrating south, some are getting ready to hibernate, and others are just preparing for the cold and rainy weather ahead. One […]
Since the start of the year, 720 kids have participated in education programs at PAWS to learn more about companion animals and their local wildlife. What do they do while they are here? This blog takes a glimpse into the world of kids at PAWS.