Sarvey Wildlife Care Center
January 2018
This Eastern cottontail was found hiding out in a barn with a bunch of goats. He had been attacked by something, but was smart and found a place to hide in the hay. We are treating him for some lacerations, but he should recover and be released soon.
Go WILD! Gala 2018
We are excited to announce our 2nd Annual Go WILD! Gala is scheduled for Saturday, June 23rd. Please join us for this special evening as we celebrate 37 years of caring for orphaned and injured wildlife. If you are interested in donating something to our silent auction, please let us know. We also have sponsorships available, and thank you to the local businesses that have already signed on to make this year possible. Let us know if you would like sponsorship information, we would love to highlight your business as supporter of our efforts to saving wild lives!
Tickets are on sale now! Seating is limited. We hope to see you there. Click here to go to our event page.
Thank you to our Title Sponsors
REWARD $5000
Recently, a young Bald eagle was shot in Snohomish. You may have seen details on the major news stations, our organization responded to the scene, and rescued the eagle. We worked with law enforcement to get the details out about the illegal shooting. We immediately offered a $1000 reward and that amount was quickly matched and doubled, until finally the new reward amount was raised to $5000.
The incident occurred on Wednesday, January 17 – near Roosevelt Rd. and Hwy 2, Snohomish, WA at approximately 11:30AM
Radiographs verified that the eagle had been shot. Witnesses heard the shots and saw the eagle fall from the sky. The prognosis at intake was poor. He was stabilized and treated for his injuries, but sadly, the eagle died overnight, due to internal damage.
This was a young eagle, likely born last year. Eagles are federally protected under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act. What happened to this eagle was senseless, illegal, and incomprehensible.
We are asking that anyone with information please contact the agencies investigating. If it is determined your information was helpful in solving this case and in helping to hold the parties responsible accountable, you could be entitled to the reward. Tips can be reported to USFWS (425) 883-8122 ext 222 or WDFW (360) 902-2928
The young Bald eagle getting some fluids after arriving at our center. Resting in our ICU, but he passed away overnight. The investigation is ongoing.

There have been many Barred owls, as well as other species of owls brought to us recently. Many were hit by cars and they all have been recovering from eye trauma. The one on the right was actually our first patient of the year. It was also our first rescue of the year. He was stuck in a chimney in Bellevue. He arrived covered in soot and had scratched one eye. He recovered and was recently released! 
1. This Northern pygmy owl was found along the side of a road. She was probably hit by a car, as she is confused and clearly recovering from some head trauma. 2. This Great horned owl was found tangled in netting over a chicken coop. He injured both feet and has bruising on both wings. It appears he was stuck there in the pouring rain all day before he was discovered.
Thank you to our Go Wild! Gala Leadership Sponsor - Homestreet Bank.
Interested in Sponsoring our Event? Contact us!

Arlington Eagle Festival
Saturday, February 3
Noon - 4pm
Drop in to the Council Chambers
for a casual meet and greet with our resident raptors.
Arlington Council Chambers
110 E. 3rd St
Arlington, WA
Meet our resident birds of prey and learn more about the work we do to Rescue, Rehabilitate, and Release wildlife entrusted to our care.
Port Susan Snow Goose Festival
Saturday, February 24
 Masonic Hall in Stanwood, WA
We are now accepting applications for our 2018 Internships. If you know a student looking for a summer internship - pass this along. Details on how to apply, a description of the program, and expecations are on our website.
Interns assist our Clinic Manager, Jessie Paolello with a fawn. We rescued him when he was found stuck in a fence. He had to be tranquilized so the wrought iron could be cut, and then he was transported to our center. He was released later that year with the other orphaned fawns. 
We are now accepting applications for our 2018 Baby Season. During the peak season from May - October, we will be adding additional volunteer shifts to assist our staff and interns. There are a limited number of volunteer positions available, and we have a wait list. If you are interested and able to commit to a 4 hour shift once a week, please email us after reading the requirements on our website. We will send you a questionnaire to apply. Thank you!

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Sarvey Wildlife Care Center
Po Box 3590
Arlington, WA 98223-3590

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