EVENTS & EDUCATION

While the Wildlife Rescue Center and its grounds are not open to the public on a daily basis, we host several community events throughout the year and offer a diverse array of environmental education programming. Please browse our community events and camps below.

(Learn more about our group education programs.)

DECEMBER 2019

WILD WINTER CAMP

 December 27, 2019 • 9am - 3pm • Wildlife Rescue Center • 1st - 4th grade • Cost: $55 

Register Here

Don't spend your entire holiday break indoors! Instead, pull on your boots and dive into winter's wonders at the Wildlife Rescue Center! Explore our forests, fields, and wetlands to discover what animals have been there and what they've been up to. Use nature's craft supplies to design edible ornaments for the birds. Go on a behind-the-scenes tour (excluding areas with recovering wildlife patients) of our wild animal hospital and create special treats for our patients. You'll be amazed at how much winter fun you can fit into one day! 

MARCH 2020

SPRING PEEPERS CAMP

March 2020: 9am - 3pm • Wildlife Rescue Center • 1st - 4th grade • Cost: $55 


The trees are tweeting with the sounds of spring! Come learn new languages to discover what the frogs, birds, and squirrels are talking about. Play wild games and create crafts from nature. Explore our woods, wetlands, and forests for wildlife and the clues they leave behind. Go on a behind-the-scenes tour (excluding areas with recovering wildlife patients) of our wild animal hospital and learn about the types of animals we care for and how we help them.

APRIL 2020

SPRING TAILS

Saturday, April 18, 2020 • 11am - 4pm • Wildlife Rescue Center

Cost: Free with an item from our Baby Shower Wish List
Spots are limited, for this wildly popular event!
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN JANUARY.


Young and old alike are invited to tweet, hop, and flap on over to the Wildlife Rescue Center for Spring Tails, our annual celebration of nature's wild families!

  • Take a behind-the-scenes tour (excluding areas with recovering wildlife patients) of our professional wildlife rehabilitation center

  • Use garden-grown dyes to create awesome nature crafts

  • Take a photo with Ambassador Cottontail

  • Embark on a natural treasures hunt and search for clues wild animals have left behind

  • Chat with the volunteers and staff who care for Missouri's orphaned, ill, and injured native wild animals

OCTOBER 2020

Tails of the Night 

October 2020 • Wildlife Rescue Center • for All Ages •

$8 in advance, $10 at the door 


Start your fall season off right with this celebration of nocturnal animals and all the creepy, crawly, and cool critters who call Missouri home! Costumed hikes, campfires, and more make Tails of the Night a yearly family favorite. Have up-close critter encounters with domestic animals, chat with Wildlife Rescue Center volunteers and staff, and take a behind-the-scenes tour (excluding areas with recovering wildlife patients) of our wild animal hospital. Enjoy autumn treats, glow-in-the-dark interactive art installations, and nature crafts. With so much to do, you'll wish you were a creepy crawly critter too!  

MORE EVENTS COMING SOON!

Rescuing, Rehabilitating, Releasing Native Wildlife Since 1979

Missouri Wildlife Rescue Center

Phone: (636) 394-1880
Fax: (636) 394-8143

1128 New Ballwin Road
Ballwin, MO 63021

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