Rehabilitated Barred Owl Release this Saturday, 7:30pm at the Livingston-Higley Meadows

What: Rehabilitated Owl Release 
When: Saturday June 4th at 7:30pm

Where: Livingston-Higley Meadow
accessed off the Apple Tree Lane Cul-de-sac.

Wildlife in Crisis, a wildlife hospital in Weston, nurtures thousands of injured birds like this barred owl each year.
This Barred Owl was found badly injured in New Canaan 
6 months ago and was brought to Wildlife in Crisis by a compassionate person who found her on the side of the road after she had been struck by a car. This owl was treated for head trauma and a fractured leg at the Wildlife in Crisis clinic. Eventually she was moved to a large aviary for flight conditioning and is now ready to be reintroduced to the wild, back in her hometown of New Canaan. 

Please join Wildlife in Crisis, in partnership with the New Canaan Community Foundation and the New Canaan Land Trust this Saturday June 4th at 7:30pm at the Livingston-Higley Preserve for the homecoming of this rehabilitated, healthy barred owl. It is sure to be a beautiful sight to behold! 

For more information please call WIC at 203-544-9913.
Wildlife in Crisis is a volunteer run, non-profit, organization dedicated to wildlife preservation and land conservation. Founded in 1988, each year WIC cares for over 5,000 injured and orphaned wild animals. WIC relies
entirely on donations to care for debilitated wildlife.  
For more information about WIC visit: