Posts Tagged Wildlife Center of Virginia
It’s migration season for hawks and other raptors, and thousands will be passing through the Rockfish Gap in Virginia – among them a small bird that mystified the experts here. Sandy Hausman reports on why this creature caused confusion and where he’ll be headed next.
Scientists say Virginia and other states around the Chesapeake Bay may once have been home to 3,000 breeding pairs of bald eagles, nourished by a rich supply of fish.
Their numbers fell dramatically, rebounded and could now be in danger again, as Sandy Hausman reports.
When the pandemic hit Virginia, the Wildlife Center in Waynesboro figured fewer people would be in their cars, and the population of injured animals would probably drop. Instead, it’s set a record as Sandy Hausman reports.