The Rescue & Recovery of Injured Songbirds

Tuesday February 15th at 7 pm

Carol Kershner, founder and Executive Director of Wild Bird Rehabilitation in Overland, will present an informative and entertaining program about her organization’s efforts with our small, native birds at the Forest Park Visitor Center on February 15th. Founded in 1992, WBR is the only organization in eastern Missouri that cares for small native birds. Since they began, over 40,000 injured and orphaned birds have been received by the group’s volunteer staff.

Prior to setting out on her own, Carol was the Avian Director and Volunteer Coordinator at Missouri Wildlife Rescue. Carol is a member of the National Wildlife Rehabilitation Association and has been a speaker at its national convention. Carol received a bachelor of arts from Lewis & Clark College in Oregon and holds an associate degree in Non Profit Management from Washington University.

The Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor Center, at 5595 Grand Drive, is just east of the Missouri History Museum at Lindell and DeBaliviere. The program will be held in the Learning Lab. Questions, call Mitch Leachman at (314) 599-7390. 

Mitch Leachman

Executive Director

St. Louis Audubon Society

P.O. Box 220227

St. Louis, MO 63122-0227


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