Northern California Angora Guild

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

The Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center

The Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center (WERC) has a display at the Taste of Morgan Hill event.

A close up of the owl on display.

The WERC is supported by donation and volunteers.

Another owl on display.

A close up.

A hawk?

Another hawk?

Another owl.

Wings from three different kinds of owls and hawks.

A close up of the wing of a Red tailed hawk.

The wing of a Barn Owl.

The wing of a Great Horned Owl.

WERC's goal is

"W.E.R.C. operates as a temporary refuge as the organization's goal is not to tame, but to release animals back into their native habitat healthy, wild, and free."  It is licensed by California Department of Fish and Game and by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to care for native wildlife.
For more about this wonderful organization, go to:


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