NSAS Presentation by Bobby Horvath Wildlife in Need of Rescue and Rehabilitation

Tuesday, Apr 27, 2021 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm


Bobby's description of WINORR:

Founded in 1992 and incorporated in 2002 Wildlife In Need Of Rescue And Rehabilitation, Inc. is a non- profit, volunteer organization serving greater N.Y.C., Nassau and western Suffolk Counties. WINORR'S mission is to provide professional level care for sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife with the goal of releasing them back into the wild when fully recovered.  We are permitted by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the NYS Dept. of Conservation to rehabilitate wildlife including endangered species and to conduct environmental education programming. We work with a variety of partners such as NYC Parks Dept., ASPCA, various animal control agencies and police depts. to rescue distressed wildlife, resolve animal human conflicts, and to protect the public if a dangerous situation exists. In 2012 we partnered with Nassau County Parks Dept. to reopen Tackapausha Museum and Preserve by coordinating their programming and resident ambassador animal care.

The presentation tonight will include a variety of live non releasable raptors including hawks, falcons, owls, and an eagle. We will discuss their individual stories as well as raptor identification, behavior, adaptations, and rehabilitation.

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