Owls of North Florida - October 30, 2018 from 4 to 6 p.m.

Have you ever wondered about those owls from Harry Potter? Have you seen an owl in real life? Well the wait is over, High Springs Branch will have Sunrise Wildlife Rehabilitation bring in LIVE owls to the High Springs Library where you can learn more about owls and their preservation. 

Founded in 2016, Sunrise Wildlife Rehabilitation is dedicated to assisting native wildlife, by providing a safe, healthy, temporary home for wildlife in need. The organization strives to rehabilitate and release the owls back into their natural habitat.


When: October 30, 2018 from 4:00-6:00pm
Where: High Springs Branch Meeting Room
23779 W US Highway 27, High Springs, Fl 32643


A word from Sunrise Wildlife Rehabilitation:

"As the name of our organization indicates, we focus on the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and displaced native wildlife. As our mission and our passion have evolved, our interpretive wildlife programs have become equally vital to the organization.

Last season SWR conducted 28 hours of interpretive wildlife programing, reaching over 3,400 people, proving time and again that experiencing live native wildlife in a safe, controlled setting inspires a broader understanding and appreciation for all wildlife.  SWR volunteers witness the lasting impression that these native wildlife ambassadors can have on a person, especially youth who are the next generation of wildlife advocates and stewards of the earth SWR maintains the proper state and federal permits to present four educational owls; Great Horned, Barred, and two color morph of Eastern Screech Owl, which are the focus of Owls of North Florida."