Friday, October 20, 2017

2017 Gala Auction Items

The 2017 Gala & Benefit Auction will include hundreds of items — all donated to help support the lifesaving work of the Wildlife Center of Virginia.



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Office Investment Trends and Forecasts with Yardi Matrix



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Black Bear yearling #17-1767 Release

On Monday, October 16, Dr. Peach and Brie set the large VDGIF culvert trap to catch Black Bear yearling #17-1767 for release. Despite the tasty bait of fried chicken, the bear was not motivated to check out the trap until Brie added a slathering of peanut butter. On the morning of Friday, October 20, the bear took the bait and was successfully trapped!

A VDGIF biologist came to the Center to pick up the bear for release on the afternoon of October 20.



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Black Bear cub #17-2035 update

Black Bear cub #17-2035 [Double Yellow Tags] has been doing well during the past two weeks in the Large Mammal Isolation enclosure. The bear is walking normally on his now-healed leg, and on October 19, the staff decided to move him to the Bear Complex. A live trap was set and baited in the Large Mammal enclosure; the cub took the bait and was easily trapped during the day. The cub was moved to the transition area of yard #1 so that he can see, smell, and interact with the other nine bear cubs for a day before they all have access to one another on October 20. 



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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Great Horned Owl #17-0363 Release

Great Horned Owl #17-0363 was released on the evening of October 17 at James Madison’s Montpelier, in front of a crowd of about 75 people. Dr. Ernesto, the Center’s hospital director, performed the release honors; the owl flew off over a field and disappeared into the trees. Within a few minutes, a Red-tailed Hawk was seen – and heard! – reacting to the presence of the newest resident of the woods.



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Bald Eagle #17-2469 update

On October 17, Bald Eagle #17-2469 was moved to flight pen A3, where Bald Eagle #17-1993 is also currently housed. The eagle is able to fly to the perches in the large flight space, though a formal daily exercise plan has not yet been started.

The eagle will need additional eye examinations during the next couple of months. The eagle can be identified by his "stripe"-patterned protective wing bumpers. 



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Bald Eagle #17-1993 update

On October 10, Bald Eagle #17-1993 was moved to flight pen A3. At first, the bird was not flying well, though was able to make it up to a high perch; the rehabilitation team slowly started a daily exercise regimen for the eagle. About a week later, the staff reported that the eagle was making improvements; the eagle is able to fly from end-to-end in the large flight pen. The rehabilitation team will continue exercise, gradually pushing the bird to fly more laps to prepare him for release.



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