Sarvey Wildlife Care Center presents Birds of Prey program Wednesday, April 9

David-and-Askate croppedThe Sarvey Wildlife Care Center invites parents and children to a wildlife presentation featuring several birds of prey at 4 p.m., Wednesday, April 9 at the Lynnwood Library.

Come and learn more about wildlife in the Puget Sound area. The sarvey Wildlife Care Center’s mission is to save the lives of sick, orphaned, injured, displaced, and debilitated wild animals entrusted to its care so that they may be successfully returned to their native habitat.

The non-profit organization has been caring for injured and orphaned animals for 32 years. In 2013, the total number of animals that arrived at the center was 2,951.

Sarvey Wildlife Center operates the only wildlife ambulance service in the state of Washington, serving Snohomish, King, Pierce, and Skagit counties. The organization’s mission is to help rescue animals that are trapped or too dangerous for citizens to capture and restrain themselves. This allows injured animals to be transported to Sarvey Wildlife quickly and safely, and be given the treatment and care they need. The center also works closely with other wildlife rehabilitators to ensure that they are providing the best care possible for the wildlife brought to them.

For more information about the Sarvey Wildlife Center, see

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