Wolf Hollow News

Anacortes Library Presentation

Injured Owls and Orphaned Otters, Wed April 8th, 7pm, Anacortes Library

Barn Owl displaying 2009 PH (3)More than half of the animals we treat at Wolf Hollow come from Skagit County. Join Education Coordinator, Shona Aitken, and board members and volunteers to learn more about the animals we care for and the work we do.

This is part of the Anacortes Library’s evening program series. Visit www.library.cityofanacortes.org for more details.

20th Annual Bite of Orcas

11am-3pm, Saturday May 23rd on the Village Green, Eastsound.

Bite of Orcas JD 2014 (2)Join us to celebrate the 20th anniversary of this fun event. Taste delicious dishes provided by Orcas restaurants and cafes and support Wolf Hollow while you munch.

Help Save Bald Eagles!

Join us in saving Bald Eagles by contributing through LoveAnimals.org to our Bald Eagle Rehabilitation Crowd Funding Campaign.  We are seeing an increased number of injured eagles this winter and we need your help.  We only have 35 days left until the end of the campaign, so please consider donating now.  Thank you!

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Wolf Hollow Open House

Sat April 4th , 11-3pm

Have you ever wondered how big our Eagle Flight enclosure is or what facilities we need to take care of seals? Now’s your chance to find out, before our busy summer season starts. Come to our Open House to meet Staff and Board Members, take a guided tour of our facility and learn more about the work we do.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Parking at Wolf Hollow is very limited so please park in Friday Harbor and catch our shuttle bus, generously provided by San Juan Transit. The bus will pick up passengers in front of San Juan Grange (on First Street, just up from the Whale Museum) at 11.a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.