Watch Video of IntoBirds’ Favorite Wildlife Rehabilitator on Good Morning CT

Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Release are Vital to Preserving Our Bird Species

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IntoBirds’ Favorite Falconer and Wildlife Rehabilitator Featured on Good Morning CT
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It was a thrill to our favorite wildlife rehabilitator, Christine’s Critters appeared on Good Morning CT to discuss working with injured birds of prey.

Christine Peyreigne is a falconer, and the owner, and operator of Christine’s Critters Inc., a Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education non-profit in Weston, Connecticut.

Injured Birds of Prey on Good Morning CT

During her segment on Good Morning CT she highlighted her important work with injured birds of prey, including rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing injured birds of prey and gives them a second chance at life in the wild.

We believe that wildlife rescue, rehabilitation, and release, are vital to the preservation of our bird species, and we’re grateful for the vital work that Christine and other wildlife rehabilitators do to rescue and  rehabilitate injured birds of prey.

IntoBirds is proud to partner with Christine and to help educate about preventing the common injuries to birds of prey caused by humanity.

Meet Christine’s Birds of Prey

Watch the segment to meet Christine’s beautiful birds of prey: Amelia, the Red-tailed Hawk and Willow, a Barred Owl.




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