New programs for classrooms, home schools, or any other venue!
Strix, The Great Gray Owl
Learn about Strix and Great-Gray Owls with this professionally produced 15-20 minute video. This is followed by a Q&A with one of our trained presenters.
Zoom with us!
Alaska WildBird Rehabilitation Center is proud to offer three new education programs. These are designed to replace our Live Bird Programs while we cannot meet in person. Each program is $30. To schedule or get more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn about Bird Migration with this PowerPoint narrated by one of our trained presenters. This is followed by a Q&A with one of our trained presenters.
Tundra, The Short-eared Owll
Learn about Tundra and Short-eared Owls with this professionally produced 15-20 minute video. This is followed by a Q&A with one of our trained presenters.
New video about the center - Courtesy of MTA Foundation
If you find an injured bird...
It's that time of year when baby birds might need a little help to find their way! Please read our directions for handling, helping and delivering injured or found birds. Found or injured bird directions
Dear Alaska WildBird Rehabilitation Center supporters
As we approach winter still under Covid-19 concerns, Alaska WildBird Rehabilitation Center is adjusting operations to cope with continued restrictions. The public will still only be allowed to interact with the staff outdoors, on the porch or in the parking area. While we have allowed increased staffing of volunteers where needed, we are diligent in use of masks, social distancing and sanitization.
If you have an injured bird, wish to make a donation of supplies or food, or otherwise need to visit the center, we ask that you call ahead. For those very much appreciated financial donations, we ask that you either use the mail or our secure website donate button. Our entire staff and volunteer team thank you for your support and concerns.