Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Center

Public Events

EARTH DAY CELEBRATION; APRIL 22ND SUNDAY

Join the Old Lyme Land Trust at the Banning Wood Preserve for a day of respecting our planet. A Place Called Hope will present a live Birds of Prey program from 11:30 – 12:30. Meet four birds up close and personal.

 

Thursday, April 26th Your Wild Neighborhood sponsored by the DART team. Join Durham Animal Response Team and APCH for a great presentation about the animals within your own backyard. This event takes place from 6:30 – 8:30 at the Durham Fire Department 12 Main Street Durham

 

APCH with Live Birds of Prey at Sessions Woods

Hosted by CT Fish and Wildlife

Sunday, April 29th 1-2pm

341 Milford Street Burlington, CT

 

Migratory Bird Day! Saturday, May 12th

9:00 – 10:30 meet some ambassador APCH birds.

Bird Walks, Bird Talks; Audubon Connecticut and Menunkatuck Audubon are sponsoring bird walks at East Rock Park at 8 am, 9 am, and 10 am. The walks will be leaving from the covered bridge at the Eli Whitney Museum.

 

 

 

 

ALLNEX Environmental Speaker Series 6:00 – 7:30pm

Wednesday, June 6th

at the Wallingford Hub 128 Center Street Wallingford

Live Birds with APCH from 6:30-7:30

 

 

APCH’s 2018 Spring Rescue/Transport Seminar Saturday, April 28th, 1-3:30 at the Meigs Point Nature Center Hammonasset Beach State Park Pre-registration required by emailing hope4raptors@yahoo.com

Training for First Responders to help with crisis situations involving wild birds of all kinds. Seminar focuses on raptors and dangerous birds mainly. This 2 1/2 hour class prepares the rescuer for the common scenarios faced in typical emergency situation. Learn through a power point presentation and actual rescue videos ways to safely approach and handle a bird related crisis and the best ways to contain and ultimately transport to a licensed wildlife rehabilitator, veterinary practice or center devoted to the species involved. This class is for ages 16 and up and costs $25 per person. All money raised goes towards print outs and birds. This class is the first step to becoming a First Responder. Second step involves volunteering at a facility where you can gain some actual hands on experiences to prepare oneself  for the field. This class counts towards hours for State rehabilitation requirements.

 

 

 

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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 re-nestings.