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 Wild At Heart
    Wild At Heart Hawks, Owls, Eagles

Wild At Heart operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Wild At Heart organization is coordinated and managed by a core group of remarkably dedicated and energetic individuals.

Our facilities include 51 outdoor aviaries, and an on-site, indoor critical-care room for any raptors needing short-term, or ongoing medical treatment.

2009
In 2009, WAH completed five medium-sized interconnecting flight aviaries for the Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy-owls and is in the finishing stages of completing nine breeding aviaries for these tiny owls.

2008
In 2008, WAH completed five large, interconnecting, multi-purpose flight pens. These flight aviaries are specially designed for flight conditioning prior to releasing larger raptors such as hawks and owls, and to help prevent feather damage and other injuries to these powerful birds.


People from all over the Valley call to report wounded and displaced birds. Many of the birds have been struck by cars, dumped on the roadside or knocked from their nests.

Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy Owls