Red-tailed Hawk #0685

Warning: Graphic Content – Please use your discretion before reading the following blog. An adult male Red-tailed Hawk was admitted to our wildlife hospital on Monday after he was found on the ground with a metal stake through his wing. He…

Great Horned Owl #0464

Warning: Graphic Content – Please use your discretion before reading the following blog. We received a call on our wildlife hotline from someone who found an owlet who’d been impaled with barbed wire fencing after falling from their nest. The…

In-house Diagnostics

If you have a pet, you know firsthand the importance of timely veterinary diagnostics. You want to have results – and fast. When it comes to wildlife in particular, wild animals do not have “owners,” and therefore no one to…

American White Pelican finds forever home

We are happy to share news that a rescued American White Pelican has found permanent placement as a wildlife ambassador at Desert Willow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center located in Carlsbad, New Mexico. The pelican was rescued from the Willamette River near…

Where Are They Now? CWC Edition!

Many of our past volunteers and interns go on to do incredible things with their lives and career paths. We are always sad to see them leave, but we know that their experiences at Chintimini Wildlife Center helped pave the…

Meet the Interns! Winter 2019

We have five incredible wildlife rehabilitation interns this term that we’d like you to meet. Each of them brings enthusiasm, dedication, and knowledge – we are so glad to have them with us! Emilee Emilee is from Clackamas, Oregon and…

Season of Raptors

If there’s one thing that’s certain in the field of wildlife rehabilitation, it’s that there’s a time and a season for everything. As unpredictable as wildlife rehab can be, it’s accurate to say that we can expect to see certain…