Baby Owl Shower
Maitland Baby Owl Shower Spring Event: Saturday. May 10 10am – 2pm
Each Spring the Maitland Birds of Prey Center holds its annual Maitland Baby Owl Shower to raise funds to offset the increased costs during baby season. Join them to help celebrate Mother’s Day and spring. Non-releasable baby raptors will be available to view. Other organizations will be joining them on that day for educational activities and programs. Admission is “free” that day with an item suitable that would be used in caring for these young raptors. The list is long, and includes items such as laumdry detergent, duct tape, king size flat sheets, paper towels, toilet paperwild bird seed, trash bags, etc…. Go to website for a complete list.
Maitland Baby Owl Shower – Help the center help them…
Spring is coming and with it brings baby bird season. During “baby season,” as the Center calls it, the clinic receives approximately 20% of their annual patient load. Most of these young birds have been temporarily displaced from their nests. The Center’s ultimate goal is to get all these babies back into the wild where they belong, and your help is needed! Many of these babies will be reunited with their families or placed in foster nests. Others that are orphaned or that cannot be returned with their families are being raised and prepared for life in the wild. The Birds of Prey Center staff spends many hours educating the public on what to do if they find a baby bird and if the bird is in need of help. The best procedure is to get the baby back up into the nest with its parents if at all possible.