Thank you to everyone who attended online, who contributed content, and to those who made a donation!! We could not have had such a successful event without each of you. Your contribution helps to educate the public and continues to allow us to care for wild birds in need.
Hopefully, we will be able to see you in person at our Open House on May 1st, 2022!
Dear friends of Tri-State,
Our annual Open House has been a tradition for decades. Every year, we invite the communities we serve to learn more about wildlife rehabilitation, reducing wildlife injuries, and helping our wild neighbors. To be responsible stewards in our community, we will offer a virtual open house on our Facebook Page Saturday, May 1st, 2021 and Sunday, May 2nd, 2021
Check back often for updates!
How often do you get to discover what goes on at a wildlife rehabilitation center?
We are thrilled to have you join us on our FACEBOOK PAGE next Saturday, May 1st and Sunday, May 2nd for our virtual Open House!
Beginning at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time) Saturday, May 1st, we will present:
-A behind-the-scenes live tour of our rehabilitation center.
-What is Wildlife Rehabilitation? hosted by Clinic Director Andrea.
-A tour of Mt. Cuba Center – a botanical garden unlike any other.
-Bird Injury Prevention – be aware of the dangers of fishing gear.
-Backyard bird ID with Delaware Nature Society.
-Birdfeeder Craft for Kids with Caroline.
-Wildlife Photography 101/ ethics.
-Celebrating our 45th anniversary – a look at our founding to the present.
Beginning at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time) Sunday, May 2nd, we will present:
-A Live tour of our oiled wildlife facility – behind the scenes of the L. Leon Campbell & Alice P. Campbell Wildlife Response Building.
-A look at responding to oiled wildlife other than birds.
-Cooperation Between Agencies – United States Coast Guard and Tri-State
-Wheels for Wings – A bicycle journey across the United States
-How to keep your birdfeeders clean to help reduce bird injuries and diseases.
-Build a Bird Nest Craft for kids with Linda
-Red Knot: A Shorebird’s Incredible Journey book read by author Nancy Carol Willis.
-A tour of the Center for Wildlife in Maine.
-Bird Injury Prevention – helping to prevent window impacts.
-Flappy Bird Craft for kids with Caroline.
Please share with your friends so they can join us as well. We look forward to “seeing” you!
Thank you to the following sponsors
Bald Eagle Partner:
Snowy Owl Partner
Ruby-throated Hummingbird Partner
Northern Cardinal Partner
Limestone Veterinary Hospital
Debra I. Sipple Memorial Inc., “Debbie’s Fund”
Camp Bow Wow
Member of the Flock
RG Promotions, Inc.
Memories from 2019 Open House