WEST VIRGINIA RAPTOR REHABILITATION CENTER

aka WV Raptor Center   |   Bowden, WV   |  https://wvraptorcenter.org/

Mission

Our goals include but are not limited to making sure that birds of prey get the medical and follow-up rehabilitative care and treatment they need with the intent to either release them back into the wild or find an educational facility where they can live out their lives as educational ambassadors. To provide the public with unique and high-quality environmental, educational experiences. Engage in scientific research on raptor rehabilitation, behavior, health, and ecology to better understand birds of prey. To provide information regarding raptor care and management for the public, rehabilitation centers, and academia.

Ruling year info

1983

Executive Director

Collin Waybright

Main address

806 Jenningston Farm Rd

Bowden, WV 26254 USA

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EIN

31-1063088

NTEE code info

Protection of Endangered Species (D31)

Wildlife Preservation/Protection (D30)

Environmental Education and Outdoor Survival Programs (C60)

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Rehabilitation of Injured Raptors

Our main objective is to treat and release birds of prey that are injured as a result of illegal activities, collisions, encroachment or other events. We treat birds of prey that have been injured by collisions with cares, illegally shot, even illegally trapped.  The birds come from across West Virginia.

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Multiracial people

Every year we conduct more than 100 education seminars with our education birds.  These are birds that, because of their injuries can't be released into the wild.  We take these birds to schools, fairs and other community events across the state and talk about the important role raptors play in the environment and how people can help.

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WEST VIRGINIA RAPTOR REHABILITATION CENTER

Board of directors
as of 03/12/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Marsha Waybright

Collin Waybright

Simeon Sheppard

Asa Mullennex

Luke Bucher

Bob Ebert