Each year we publish a newsletter highlighting the events of the past year, offering wildlife information and thanking the many people who help us acheive our goals.

2016 Newsletter    

Our 2016 Newsletter is ready for online access.

We have shared some of the stories we felt were interesting about the animals that came our way this year. We hope you find them interesting too.

Here's one that didn't make the newsletter because of space constraints so we thought we would share it with you online.

This little male saw-whet came fluttering out of a tree in Baldwinsville, when a young boy started to climb to a low branch. The family cat was nearby and grabbed the little owl. Immediately the boys family intervened and rescued it and brought it to us for care. It had only a little swelling, but no fractures, so after a few days on antibiotics he was happy to be released in a wooded area with lots of old trees with nest cavities. Most saw-whets migrate, so Im sure he was happy to be on his way.

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