Blue Mountain Wildlife is a volunteer nonprofit organization. Our purpose is to aid orphaned, sick or injured wildlife, primarily birds of prey, providing the treatment and care necessary to return them to their natural habitat.
Goals include training volunteers in rehabilitation techniques, enhancing awareness and appreciation of wildlife through public education, and providing a facility where concerned people can bring wildlife who need care.
Upon receiving an injured, ill or orphaned animal, a trained rehabilitator evaluates the condition of the animal and provides medical treatment. Animals requiring specialized care are taken to Pendleton Veterinary Clinic. Feeding, administering medication, physical therapy and reconditioning are among the many daily care tasks that are necessary for restoring an animal to a releasable condition.
Blue Mountain Wildlife presents educational programs on birds of prey to schools and civic organizations in an effort to increase public awareness of raptors and their role in the environment. If interested please contact us directly. Click here for contact information.