If you give hoot about owls or want to learn more about our winged friends, join Humane Society Calumet Area’s Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (MRWRC) for a Festival of Owls July 16 from noon to 3 p.m.
Visitors can meet and learn about the permanent owl residents that live at MRWRC, and the program will feature educational talks, informational booths and activities and crafts for children at the center, located at 570 N. 450 E., Valparaiso, Ind. Educational talks will be held inside at the education center located next to the rehabilitation center.
MRWRC’s experts will answer questions about the native habitats of owls, their natural history in Indiana, different threats to owl species, what makes a good owl habitat, and what to do if you find owlets.
RSVPs are appreciated by contacting Nicole at 219-299-8027 or [email protected] More information about MRWRC is available at www.mrwildliferehab.org.
About Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
MRWRC was founded in 1997 by a group of wildlife rehabilitators and enthusiasts. Its primary mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and return orphaned and injured wildlife to the wild. In addition, the center provides educational opportunities for the community that promote informed and humane interaction with native wildlife. In 2014, MRWRC partnered with Humane Society Calumet Area, which allowed the center to substantially expand the scope of its mission and delivery of its services. In 2015, MRWRC admitted 1,075 injured and orphaned native wildlife.