Alachua Audubon Society

A chapter of the National Audubon Society

Sunrise Wildlife Rehabilitation


February 22, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
21374 NW 165th Ave. High Springs
Florida. 32643
Christina Opett

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Sunrise Wildlife Rehabilitation, located on 20 acres in the heart of High Springs, is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, displaced, or orphaned wildlife. They are well known for educational programs designed to instill in their audience an appreciation and love for wild animals. The programs feature their “wildlife ambassadors,” including a Barred Owl, a Great Horned Owl, a few Eastern Screech-Owls, and a Virginia Opossum.


We will tour the flight cages and get up close to the owls and opossum. We will also walk the trails around the property in search of warblers, bluebirds, and woodpeckers.



Heading north on 441 to High Springs, turn left onto NW 222nd Street across from High Springs Animal Hospital. Take the second left (after about one mile) onto NW 165th Ave.
The gate will be open. Signs will be provided to get to the property.

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