Blinking Owl

The mission of Woodland Wonders is to provide care and treatment for injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife. The focus is on the rehabilitation of wild animals for the successful release to their natural habitat and education that will promote and enhance peaceful coexistence, respect, and preservation. Woodland Wonders' rehabilitators hold state and federal permits and endorse the professional standards of the Florida Rehabilitators Association, National Wildlife Rehabilitators Associations, and the International Wildlife Council.

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End of 2015 Update

Woodland Wonders Update for End of 2015 Wow, where did the time go?! Seems as if just yesterday it was beginning 2015 and now we are halfway into January 2016. Thank you readers for all of your support of Woodland Wonders— some of you find injured and orphaned wildlife and bring into the the center— Read More

May –August Update:

Rain, rain go away, so wildlife has a dry place to stay. May and early June were busy with the usual baby songbirds, young birds of prey in problems and baby rabbits- July brought all of the torrential downpours and Woodland Wonders became very busy! After each bad storm, many birds of prey were found Read More

January 2015 Update

Happy New Year readers!   Thank you for taking the time and looking at the website. Many credos given to Steven Waters (my son) for the many hours invested in establishing Woodland Wonders’ website! A goal Woodland Wonders has for 2015 is to enlist more volunteers- Please call if interested! There are many things that can Read More

Memorable Rescues

One osprey rescue was nothing short of a miracle!- the adult bird was dangling from the nest with some type of synthetic “twine” caught in the talon- it was similar to monofilament but not monofilament line. The nest was too high for Woodland Wonders to reach and then the miracle workers arrived- the Fire Dept!!! After instruction on Read More

His Legacy Lives On

Woodland Wonders was saddened to hear of the death of Ken Morrison, age 92 on March 4th. He was as  one  article in the Lakeland Ledger described him,”the giant of Audubon”—For 25 years, he was director of the Bok Tower(2nd director there)— he was also ,President Emeritus of the Audubon Society, and served on the Read More © 2016 | Archives