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This Snowy Owl was transported to our center after he was rescued from Fire Island. While Snowy Owls usually make their home way up North, they are seen on Long Island in small numbers in winters. Some winters, in an event called an irruption, we experience large numbers of Snowy Owls, often young birds, after a very successful breeding season. This particular patient is emaciated and will remain at our hospital until he has the strength and muscle to fly!


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Volunteers for Wildlife, Inc. is a tax exempt 501(c)3 not-for-profit charitable organization. Copies of our annual audited financial statements as well as annual IRS 990 and NY State CHAR500 reports can be accessed on the NYS Attorney General's Charity website http://www.charitiesnys.com.

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