Volunteer of the Year 2017

This happened yesterday [7-25-17] at Friends Landing in Montesano, Washington. This awards event and luncheon was hosted by the regional Director Jim Unsworth of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Gary and I received a special regional award for “Volunteers of the Year”.  A HUGE Thank You to Larry Bennett for nominating us, and a big thanks to our local biologists Anita McMillian and Shelly Ament for driving us to the event.

Jazz Forever in Our Hearts

Hello and Happy February to all of our Loyal Followers. It is with heavy heart I have to bring the news of a major loss to the Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center. January 26th we lost our long time resident Raccoon “Jazmine”. She was always so fun to be around and we will all miss her so much!! Fly with the Raccoon Angels, Girl!!! ~Lin

Goodbye Wiley Coyote

This past Monday, June 12, 2017,  we said good-bye to our long time friend, Wiley the coyote.

As a pup, he had wandered into a garage in Poulsbo.

He was with Jaye for 14 years and was a huge part of the center, loved by all of us and will be deeply missed.
Wiley, you are free now. Thank you for the honor of allowing us to know, care for and love you. ♡

Brotherton Community Champions Awards May 2013

Tonight was the Brotherton Community Champions awards. The Raptor Center Volunteers would Like to take this time to THANK all of you for Voting for us in this challenge. We Placed 3rd and Brad Brotherton of Brotherton Cadillac Donated $500.00 Prize for the Raptor Center for what we do.

Thank You Brotherton Cadillac, KOMO 4 TV and the SIFF.

Baby Season Is Here

Baby season has begun at the center! Our surrogate parents are doing a fantastic job, the barn and two barred owl babies are doing really well, as are the dozen ducklings and baby goose.

We are in need of donations to continue to take care of all these critters as well as those who will be coming in as we step into the busiest time of year.


New 100ft Eagle Enclosure

We are thrilled to announce that our 100 foot eagle enclosure will be arriving in Port Townsend next weekend! Huge thank you to all of our volunteers, artists and musicians who gave their time and talent for our recent fundraiser, ‘100 Feet to Freedom’, which raised $5,000 toward our goal.

Bald Eagle Shot 12-15-2010

SEQUIM — A juvenile bald eagle shot near Beaver is under round-the-clock care, said a spokesman for the Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center. The young male eagle was shot in the left wing, said Matthew Randazzo on Saturday.

Shooting a bald eagle is illegal. Both the wildlife center in Sequim and the state Department of Fish and Wildlife are seeking information about the person who shot the bird.

The eagle — a very young bird born this summer — was found in a field near Beaver on Wednesday, Randazzo said.

News Article Links

Jaye and Freddie: Rescue creates bond that becomes a tradition – Peninsula Daily News Sinners and Saints – The Sequim Gazette In clash of barred owl vs. spotted owl, let Nature be the judge – Peninsula Daily News Mardi Gras, dances this weekend on North Olympic Peninsula – Peninsula Daily News Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center builds new home for shot bald eagle – The Sequim Gazette Wounded bald eagle hoped to enter rehab soon – Peninsula Daily News…