We’re excited about our upcoming Raptor Rescue Seminar. The event will be held at the CT DEP Marine Headquarters at 333 Ferry Road, Old Lyme, CT on April 12th.
Early Bird Registration for the event is available for the next 7 days (until March 22nd) for $45 or $55 with a Deli Lunch. You can register on line at www.windoverwings.com or if you prefer, you can register by mail by sending your check to:
Wind Over Wings
22 Old Road
Clinton, CT 06413
After that, standard registration is $55 or $65 at the door.
The event will be very informative and we’re looking forward to seeing you there!
About The Wind Over Wings – Raptor Rescue Seminar
8:30 – 9 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9 – 9:45 Identification of Raptors – The Rev. Dana Campbell, Wind Over Wings Educator
9:45 – 10 Coffee
10 – 11 Raptor Rescue Techniques and Stories from the Field Jae Wolf, WOW Lead rescuer
Hope Douglas, WOW Founder
11 – 11:15 Break
11:15 –12:15 Raptor Rescue Demonstration – Emergency Care in the First 24 Hours – Jae Wolf, Hope Douglas
· Wind Over Wings invites participants to stay after the formal program to network.
· A Deli Lunch will be provided for all of those that Pre-register for lunch.
· Wind Over Wings volunteers will host tours of our aviaries for any interested participants at 12:45 PM and 1:15 PM. Directions to Wind Over Wings will be provided at the seminar.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
About Wind Over Wings – Our Mission
Wind Over Wings, Inc. is a nonprofit, wildlife rehabilitation and education center. Our goal in education is to provide a personal connection with wildlife that will lead to responsible stewardship of the environment. Our goal in rehabilitation is to release wildlife back to their natural environment when viable.
Wind Over Wings became incorporated as a nonprofit in 1990. With the approval of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Connecticut‘s Department of Environmental Protection, our rehabilitation and educational services flourished. We specialize in the rehabilitation of raptors, particularly eagles. We provide approximately 330 environmental education programs annually speaking with over 100,000 people not including television audiences. We believe that when adults and children make a connection with wildlife, intentional cruelty will lessen.