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Papa G’Ho came to the Wildlife Center from Henrico County, Virginia, in December 2001.  He had sustained injuries to his feet and wings, likely after he was struck by a vehicle. Despite rehabilitation, Papa G’Ho never regained his ability to fly silently, which is critical to the hunting success of owls in the wild. Papa G’Ho plays a very important role at the Wildlife Center as a surrogate parent for any young, orphaned Great Horned Owls that we admit.

Papa G’Ho came to the Wildlife Center from Henrico County, Virginia, in December 2001. He had sustained injuries to his feet and wings, likely after he was struck by a vehicle. Despite rehabilitation, Papa G’Ho never regained his ability to fly silently, which is critical to the hunting success of owls in the wild. Papa G’Ho plays a very important role at the Wildlife Center as a surrogate parent for any young, orphaned Great Horned Owls that we admit.

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Buddy - Screen capture from wildlife cam at the Wildlife Center of Virginia

Buddy - Screen capture from wildlife cam at the Wildlife Center of Virginia

NX patient for the 3rd time at the Wildlife Center of Virginia!

NX patient for the 3rd time at the Wildlife Center of Virginia!

golden eagle wildlife center of virginia junior

golden eagle wildlife center of virginia junior

Black Bear cub 10-0389 at the Wildlife Center of Virginia.  This cub was admitted in the spring of 2010 after it was separated from its mother.

Black Bear cub 10-0389 at the Wildlife Center of Virginia. This cub was admitted in the spring of 2010 after it was separated from its mother.

Jaz american crow wildlife center of virginia

Jaz american crow wildlife center of virginia

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