Alaska WildBird Rehabilitation Center
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Alaska Wildbird Rehabilitation Center Inc.s mission is to provide professional standards of animal care and rehabilitation to injured, sick or orphaned Alaskan wild birds; educate the public about wild birds; and provide a humane example for others. The center operates out of its medical and rehabilitation facility on Prator Lake in Houston. A partnership with Palmer Veterinary Clinic provides professional veterinary expertise and health monitoring for sick, injured and orphaned birds. Strong relationships with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, local and state law enforcement and the general public enabled the center to care for over 250 birds in the first year of service.
1. Presentations of Alaska wild birds are given by trained AWBRC volunteer members. Presentations can be scheduled for groups, organizations, schools and special events, as birthdays, grand openings, etc. The presentation request form is available online and returned by email.
2. Classes are offered to train organizations and volunteers how to care for, and raise, baby birds and rehabilitate birds. Sign up for email notices for the dates and locations for these programs. Organizations need to contact the Center to schedule classes.
3. Training of birds for educational presentation is provided. If you are an individual who would like to train an educational bird or organize presentations download and submit the volunteer forms.
4. Rehabilitation and release of sick and injured Alaska wild birds by volunteers. For individuals who are interested in rehabilitating Alaska wild birds we offer our volunteers hands on training.