Chintimini Wildlife in the News!

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Read the full articleMandy Kiger explains the difference between the wings of falcons and owls to OSU student Corwin Perren, left. Photo: Godofredo Vasquez, Gazette-Times

The Willamette Valley Bird Symposium, a day-long event that brings together professionals, students, and amateurs from the Willamette Valley to celebrate birds took place last Saturday. Chintimini Wildlife Center’s Raptor Conservation Program volunteers were at the event along with Raptor Ambassador birds educating attendees and answering questions. Read the full article in the Gazette-Times.

 

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Winter Wildlife Field Day 3/12

finley-nwr-oak-savannaOn March 12th, the Audubon Society of Corvallis is hosting a kid’s field day with support from the Chintimini Wildlife Center, the Friends of the Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Institute for Applied Ecology, Starker Forests, OSU Bird Nerds, and the OSU Forestry Club.

This event is completely FREE to those that attend and runs from 10am to 2pm and will be located at the Finley Wildlife Refuge main office. We hope to see you there!

Willamette Valley Bird Symposium This Saturday (1/30)

https_proxyThis Saturday January 30th, Chintimini’s Raptor Conservation Program (RCP) is participating in the Willamette Valley Bird Symposium, a day-long symposium bringing together professionals, students, and amateurs from the Willamette Valley to celebrate birds. A few of our ambassador birds will be there along with our dedicated handlers to answer questions and talk about the program. Today is the last chance to buy tickets to the event here. We hope to see you there!

Learn all about the event at willamettevalleybirds.org