The Ohio Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (OWRA) is a non-profit organization that is committed to educating concerned individuals and wildlife rehabilitators on regulatory compliance and best practices to help injured or orphaned animals throughout the state of Ohio.
Ohioans are seeing the impacts of climate change more and more. It’s clear that it’s time to act. Unfortunately, we’ve seen years of corruption and roadblocks to clean energy adoption.
For four years, we watched a president make the problem worse, from leaving the Paris Climate Accord to rolling back common sense methane regulations and more. Here in Ohio, we saw lawmakers put corrupt corporate bailouts before the renewable energy future we deserve.
After three months of care and rehabilitation at Ohio Wildlife Center, a juvenile Bald Eagle that was rescued in Licking County was released back to the wild in August near its nesting site in Newark, Ohio.
Ohio Wildlife Center Rescue team volunteers rescued the juvenile eagle along a utility easement in Newark. A local resident had spotted the injured bird near a backyard wood pile and contacted Ohio Wildlife Center for assistance.
The journey from intake to forever home is unique for each individual pet. Some dogs and cats have a much more challenging path than others, marked with emotional and medical difficulty. Brooklyn is a prime example of this.