Ashland, Oregon- Jackson County
Closed Facility- No Tours Offered
SOAR Wildlife Center Founded 2013 501(c)3 Fed ID 82-0697447 541-708-1780
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The following interns volunteered in the Summer & Fall of 2017. SOAR could not have done it with out all the time, dedication, and passion towards helping baby wildlife in need. THANK YOU! To the following interns:
Sarah Pruden- CAPSTONE: "Bear Cub Rehabilitation in Oregon"
Neisa McMillin- CAPSTONE: "Fawn Ear Tag Study in Oregon"
Pam Donates 10% of every Art Purchase to SOAR
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SOAR ONLY TAKES IN MAMMALS- NO BIRDS
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SOAR rehabilitated 6 fawns in 2017. These 6 fawns were released in Jackson County, in the Applegate area.
SOAR in conjunction with ODFW, has ear tagged these fawns, as apart of a Capstone Project, conducted by Neisa McMillin, a Student @ Southern Oregon University.
If you see a deer/fawn with an ear tag, please text/call/email in the following information:
1- A Photo/Video of the Deer/ Fawn (if possible)
2- Location where you saw the Deer/Fawn
3- Color of the ear tag
4- Which ear the ear tag was located in (right or left ear)
5- Number of the ear tag (ex: #171)- if possible
TEXT OR CALL SOAR @ 541-708-1780 OR CALL ODFW 541-826-8748
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THE ABOVE INFORMATION