New Program From Red Creek Wildlife Center
Have you ever wondered what that hawk was sitting in a tree? Or the one flying by? Have you wondered what that owl was hooting in the darkness? Would you like to know how to tell the difference between a juvenile bald eagle and a golden eagle?
This self-paced course has ten lesson sections that cover the identification of Pennsylvania Raptors in the field and in the hand. Quizzes throughout the course allow you to track your knowledge. Passing the final exam awards you with a beautiful, printable certificate worth six study hours.
All proceeds go directly to the rehabilitation of these majestic birds.
Enroll today for this self-paced certificate course on the Birds of Prey of Pennsylvania.
- Identification of the 22 species of raptors plus the two vultures that live in the Commonwealth.
- How to Classify Raptors for easy identification
- Owl hoots, screeches, and chatters
- Photography tips
- Fun Facts
Our Mission, Our Philosophy
To offer a second chance to distressed Pennsylvania wildlife through rescue and rehabilitation, public education and by providing training for wildlife rehabilitators.
Taking in over 4,000 animals annually, from the tiniest hummingbird to the largest eagle, from chipmunks to deer, Red Creek has been giving wildlife a second chance since 1991.
Because Everything Deserves a Second Chance
We believe that education is an important part of saving our wildlife, the environment and the planet for future generations.
Each year, tens of thousands of students enjoy a positive wildlife experience through Red Creek’s LIVE RAPTOR programs and assemblies.
We believe wildlife rehabilitation is a valuable service that should be available to everyone.
Red Creek is helping others become wildlife rehabilitators through classes, seminars and online training, expanding this serve to new areas in Pennsylvania and nationally.
We believe your charitable investment should be life-changing for both animals and people.
Protecting Our Families and Community Since 1991
It’s obvious that wildlife rehabilitation helps animals, but did you know it protects people as well?
By providing a safe and humane service that helps a wild animal foundling in need, a family’s exposure to that animal is greatly reduced.
Through our services, our loved ones, especially our children and pets are protected from dangerous, possibly FATAL INJURY, DISEASE, AND PARASITES.
Red Creek Wildlife Center relies solely on YOUR generous contributions to meet the ever-growing need for our services.