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After making several visits to Wild Wings, I have been impressed by their many types of raptors and their friendly and informative staff of volunteers. They really care for these injured birds and are always ready to assist you with more information on the educational...More
Had our sons birthday party there. With about 20 kids and parents. They did fantastic job providing the space. We brought decorations, drinks and food.
They provide a tour of the birds, with lots of information so kids and parents can learn everything about this...More
I once volunteered at Wild Wings located in Mendon Ponds Park. What the volunteers do for these injured raptors and the community is simply amazing, considering they get zero financial help from the county. I have seen so many joyful children learn about the beautiful...More
Ventured out on an Owl Prowl under a Harvest moon and had an amazing experience. Saw 3 screech owls within the first 30 minutes and then got to meet the birds in the refuge. Came home and can now identify the sound of a screech...More
Within Mendon Ponds Park is a true gem; Wild Wings. This is a refuge that houses and cares for bird of prey that have been permanently injured and would not be able to survive on their own.
I was so impressed by these birds, as...More
The wild wings center is a great, volunteer supported nature center. Kids love the birds and the natural history. (Only complaint is that we can never figure out when it is open).
The adjacent Mendon Ponds Park has great trails, kids love to go there...More
Wild Wings is a non-profit raptor rehabilitation and education group. (They also have a bobcat...) The birds look healthy and well cared for. They are all disabled and have been 'trained' or at least have been able to adapt to being in captivity. Kids would...More
Wild Wings is a raptor rehab center. They have a number of birds on display and during summer weekends have question and answer sessions. The primary mission of this organization is to rehabilitate injured birds and release them back into the wild. If the injuries...More
This is not for profit bird sanctuary in Mendon Ponds Park and worth a visit. The location has a wide collection of Birds going through rehab owing to some life altering event. You can see Owls, hawks, falcons and Eagles.
Wild Wings is a not-for-profit educational organization that houses and cares for permanently injured birds of prey or "raptors" which are unable to survive on their own in the wild any more.
The Wild Wings facility is located in Mendon Ponds Park near the intersection...More