Horizon Wings is a non-profit Wildlife Rehabilitation Center specializing in Birds of Prey. Funding is provided by educational programs and donations.
Please consider donating now to help us care for our program birds and those in rehabilitation. We will send a beautiful calendar to those donating $25 or more.
Thank you for your support!
Horizon Wings was recently featured on an episode of Surely You're Joking, Mr. Science, on West Hartford Community Television, take a look!
You can also see more videos of Horizon Wings' birds on YouTube...
Horizon Wings is a non-profit Wildlife Rehabilitation Center specializing
in Birds of Prey. All of our funding is provided by
educational programs and donations.
Horizon Wings has several raptors that cannot be released back into the wild
due to their injuries. Fortunately we are able to keep these birds
at our center and, with a special permit,
use them for educational programs.
Horizon Wings has created a fund in the memory of a very special child, Catherine Violet Hubbard. Catherine was one of the children that lost her life at Sandy Hook. Catherine had a true love for all animals and in her memory we would like to share this love by using donations to this fund to bring live bird programs to children who may otherwise never experience this.
Please learn more about Catherine by visiting CVHFoundation.org.
Donations can be made by check or through PayPal on our website, please add a note designating the donation to go to Catherine's fund.
An enterprising Eagle Scout is looking for materials or donations to help him rebuild a flight cage at Horizon Wings as his Eagle Project. Any support you can give him is greatly appreciated by all of us. Click here for more information or to make a donation.
Horizon Wings does a number of public programs throughout the year. We are also available for programs to private organizations and individuals.
Our upcoming events change frequently, so visit often, and we look forward to seeing you at one!
Here's where we are next. Contact the facilities directly for more information:
Frog Rock Rest Stop
Rte. 44, Eastford, CT
Download our newsletter, On the Horizon, for more information regarding our programs, events and how you can help.
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