Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Center

Public Events


Saturday, October 28th Owl-O-Ween 6:00 – 8:00pm

Parmelee Farm 465 Route 81 Killingworth, CT 06419

Meet 5 different species of Owls during this two hour outdoor event. Fun for the entire family. Dress in Halloween Costumes and keep in mind the weather. Parking is limited and overflow is at the HK Middle School with a Lighted Trail… bring your flashlights for spooky fun.


Sunday, October 29  4-6pm Meditation
Come Stretch and enjoy a Guided Meditation by a fire on site at APCH. This is a pre-registered event, space is limited. Contact to sign up. Enjoy Native American Style Flute and Heartbeat Drum by Scott Shuffitt and Todd Secki. $20 per person.


November 5, 2017 3-5pm Third Debut of “Carry Me Home”
Eli Whitney Museum -Third Debut of  “Carry Me Home” a short documentary of the rescue of an American Bald Eagle juvenile that had become entangled in fishing line. Pick It Up is our new campaign stressing the importance of picking up trash and litter to lessen the negative impact of our co-existence with the wildlife within our own backyards. Meet two ambassador birds and the founders of APCH along with the film maker, Kevin Zak of the Naugatuck River Revival Group. From 3:00 – 3:30 enjoy Native American Style Flute and Heartbeat Drumming with Scott Shuffitt and Todd Secki as we prepare to journey into this daring rescue.




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Contact Us

Christine Cummings, President and Co-Founder Call or text 203-804-3453 for wildlife emergencies, rescues, booking programs, and setting up tours.

Grace Krick, Vice President call or text 860-575-9791 for wildlife emergencies or rescues.

Todd Secki, Secretary/Treasurer and Co-Founder call or text 203-214-2846 for wildllife emergencies, rescues, re-nestings,