Welcome To Wild Skies on the web!


If you've found an injured raptor (eagle, hawk, owl etc.) or songbird please call 406-210-3468 or 406-244-5422 for assistance.‚Äč

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Wild skies is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that relies on public support. all donations are tax-deductible.


You can also mail donations to:


Wild Skies

P.O. box 3676

Missoula, MT  59806

WISH LIST


-Medical Supplies-


autoclave           hematocrit centrifuge          anaesthetic machine (iso)         spectrometer

2" vetwrap or corflex         solocite conformable bandage (2" & 4")          gauze

 cotton tipped applicators         needles (18, 20, 23 & 25 gauge)        syringes (3, 30 & 60ml) 

      

-Building Supplies-


          lumber (any usable condition)          torx screws (all lengths, primarily 20 & 25 bit size)


         t50 Staples           finishing nails for air nailer           a framing nailgun and nails     


          misc bolts and fasteners           


-Falconry Equipment-


          falconry gloves all sizes either hand          perches         leashes          swivels 


Perching materials (astroturf, sisal rope and similar)            raptor transport carriers (all sizes)              


-Other-


          Freezer          towels      paper towels      carport          

OUR NEW SHIRTS!!!  Featuring the wonderful scratchboard artwork of James W. Lish - Apart from  being a researcher  and raptor specialist, Jim is an incredible artist and photographer.  We highly recommend his book  Winter's Hawk: Red-tails on the Southern Plains. It is a beautiful book, apart from being a fascinating read it is packed with the best Red-tailed hawk photography ever.


Donations of $60.00 or more will have a shirt mailed to the address of their choice. Specify S M L or XL   


Or stop by one of our events to get yours for $25.00

WSRC a wildlife rehabilitator  specializing in MT native bird species particularly those of the raptor family. 


We are devoted to the conservation, education and preservation of the countries wonderful natural heritage.