Thunder Eagle Wildlife
Thunder Eagle Wildlife

Joining together for a good cause: Welcome to Thunder Eagle Wildlife, located in rural Dinwiddie county, Virginia !

Thunder Eagle Wildlife is a Non Profit  Charity 501c3 oganization. We are state and federally permitted by the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and the Federal Wildlife Service to provide care and treatment of injured, orphaned or displaced birds and small mammals. Our goal is to support nature's balance by compassionate care of wildlife, specializing in raptors (birds of prey) by working closely with our local conservation officers, animal shelters, vetererinary clinics and the public.

Education Programs: We provide an education program to the public based on local owls in Virginia. This includes a live presentation of several common Virginia owls "on glove" ( Eastern Screech Owls, Barred Owl and Great Horned Owl.) The program is suitable for all ages. Please contact us to schedule a program.

Check the "Education programs" page for more information. 

"Duke" our educational Great Horned Owl
"Patch & Roswell" our Educational Eastern Screech Owls
"Squirt" our educational Barred Owl

Want to know more about us and our projects? Read about the work we have done so far and our plans for the future. Do you like what we do and want to know what you can do to help? Learn more about us.

Barred Owl Babies came in to us the last week in April. 

Look how much we have grown! May 17, 2015

We moved the babies down to the outdoor enclosure to be with our surrogate Mama Barred Owl. They are just starting to leave their "nest" and expore the ledge. They have even started picking up their own mice that we leave for them.

Taking bets on this little guy. Logger thought he had found a baby eagle. In reality, it is a baby hawk. Sounds like a Red Shoulder or Red Tailed. Too early to tell which but it is healthy and eating like a pig! Have to keep his nest basket on the tile floor so the "projectile poop" stays off the counters and walls. (they will not 'poop' in their nest but instead

                                                           'shoot' it over the side)


As a 501C3 non profit all volunteer organization, donations to Thunder Eagle Wildlife are tax deductible.

We receive NO funding from State or Federal agencies.

We deeply appreciate all donations.


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