Baby Barn Owl part of Hawk Creek's Barn Owl Breeding Project - (is that adorable heart-shaped face perfect for Valentine's Day!?)



East Aurora, NY - Find true love at Hawk Creek Wildlife Center! Feathered and furry wildlife in need want to become your Valentine this February. Buy the perfect gift and help save a life by adopting one of more than 80 resident animals at Hawk Creek like Canyon the handsome golden eagle, Laguna, the gorgeous ocelot… Alfalfa, the loveable but not huggable porcupine… and many more! Log-on to to adopt your Wild Valentine today and help support the nonprofit mission of Hawk Creek Wildlife Center in East Aurora!

Because these animals cannot be returned to the wild, Hawk Creek provides a safe forever home.  As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Hawk Creek does not receive any federal or state funding and depends on private contributions to help cover the care and treatment expense for injured, orphaned, and non-releasable wildlife. Beautiful animals, from majestic bald eagles unable to fly to a playful three-legged river otter named Misu are waiting for you to show your love and support by adopting them today through Hawk Creek’s Animal Adoption program. If you already have a human Valentine, what better gift is there than sharing the wild with someone you love!

Be sure to visit for information on Hawk Creek Wildlife Center’s 2012 public events, Walden Galleria Mall and McKinley Mall exhibits, and outreach educational programming and parties. Maybe your Wild Valentine will make an appearance!

An animal adoption is the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for the animal lover in your life because it is the gift that gives back. Over 95% of all proceeds directly help the nonprofit mission and animals of Hawk Creek. In addition to adoptions, visit and choose from gourmet chocolates by Choco-Logo made exclusively for Hawk Creek or jewelry from One Earth Elements!  Each piece is handmade using semi-precious stones, fossils, and gems. There’s still time! Your Wild Valentine awaits!




Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, Inc. has been featured on Rachael Ray, Conan O’Brien, PBS, and was voted a Blue Planet Hero by National Geographic. Over 80 non-releasable animals from around the world call Hawk Creek home while hundreds more are rehabilitated at the Center each year. Founded in East Aurora in 1987, Hawk Creek is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing wildlife education, rehabilitation, and conservation services to the community.

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