We Do Education Best!
Our Animal Handlers have experience teaching and working with animals from all around the world. All Educators have experience teaching in zoos, classroom settings, nature centers and more!
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Meet our Ambassadors
Ambassador species are birds who came to our Rehab and were determined by rehabbers and a veterinarian to be non-releasable. Many are adapted to human and are models of their species.
Aurora the American Crow
Aurora came to Diva Crows as a Fledge with a hurt foot. While we were able to fix her foot up no problem it was discovered that she also has a wing deformity which prevents her from flying correctly. She is a young bird, born in spring 2019 and while she still has a lot to learn she really enjoys meeting new people at the education programs!
Ackbar the Blue Jay
Ackbar is an Adult bluejay who had two eye infections when he came to Diva Crows in Summer 2019. Rehabbers were able to save one eye but not the other. Due to this Ackbar has horrible depth perception and trouble flying. He has become out education Blue Jay and is always happy to hop around and entertain a crowd!
Penny the Eastern Kingbird
Penny came to us after she was found begging for food from a human. She had imprinted on humans, after most likely being raised by someone before she was released. Penny now cannot be released as she thinks she is a person! Penny also has a problem with her tail that prevents her from flying properly. Due to these reasons Penny, or Persephone, is one of ambassador species.