I grew up in a small town in Wisconsin. The majority of my time growing up was spent outdoors. My father had a big influence on my enthusiasm for nature taking me fishing, hiking and hunting. His appreciation for birds rubbed off on me.
Five and a half years ago, between November second to January first, I found ten dead barred owls all hit by cars on the shoulder of Route 101. I had a heavy heart learning the impact of humans in cars. I felt The need to help advocate for all animals, specializing in raptors. I volunteered at a wildlife center where I started in rehabilitation and eventually worked in education with raptors, mammals and turtles for three and a half years. Yearning to gain more knowledge of raptors,
I took up the sport of falconry.
I am fortunate to have partnered with Tim and Selvi Lampman, of Veterinary Emergency and Surgery Hospital of Brentwood, NH. Between their amazing team and state of the art hospital, injured birds receive the best care 24/7. Our goal is to
provide realistic care in hopes of getting these birds back to mother earth.
I am honored to be in the presence of these amazing creatures and educate all age groups in making a difference for wildlife. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603.686.2129.