August Programs!

Posted on 07/26/2017


Posted on 07/12/2017

We have received many calls lately asking if our Center can take in wildlife from nearby West Virginia and other states. Unfortunately, Virginia state law does not permit the movement of wildlife across state lines, even for rehabilitation, and Blue Ridge Wildlife Center cannot accept these animals.  Though most people are very understanding of the regulations, some are understandably upset by the fact that they cannot bring their local wildlife from another state to the Center.

Baby birds at the Center

Posted on 04/21/2017


This young American Crow came to the Center after falling from its nest. The parents did not return to feed the baby so it was brought in for care.


Posted on 04/10/2017

Osprey like this one are somewhat unusual patients at the Center as they are more abundant along the coast. This bird came to us from Alexandria after being found floating in the Potomac with a leg injury.

Red-shouldered Hawks!

Posted on 03/22/2017

Opossum Reproduction!

Posted on 03/20/2017

We have received two adult female Virginia Opossums in the past 3 days, both having been found weak and emaciated near homes. This time of year, we are always sure to check the female’s pouch for babies, in this case, the first of up to 2 litters a female may have per season. Our second opossum patient does in fact have multiple babies.

Career Shadowing at the BRWC!

Posted on 03/04/2017

This Saturday, Jade Bishop, a senior at Dominion High School, visited the Center for a senior project. As part of the requirements for her English 12 class, she needed to complete a research paper, a job shadow and reflection, and interviews about a career in her desired future field. 

Juvenile Bald Eagle

Posted on 03/01/2017

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This beautiful juvenile Bald Eagle was brought in to us after being sighted near a homeowners property for a few days not flying.

Snapping Turtle Update

Posted on 02/13/2017

Check out the Snapping Turtle patient we are currently overwintering!

Our New Education Groundhog!

Posted on 02/10/2017

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Boyce, VA 22620

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