Wild Bird is currently looking for a temporary site to provide services hopefully by May 1, 2017. This is in addition to Wild Bird's vigilant effort to raise funds to pay off the loan on the land and build a new state-of-the-art center. Wild Bird currently employs two staff members who are working toward full rehabilitation licensure.
Nabilla Mohd Zahir, Provisional Wildlife Rehabilitator
Nabilla has been with Wild Bird Rescue & Rehab since June 2012. She graduated from the University of Texas, Dallas with a B.A. in Psychology and minor in Criminology. Soon after, she moved to Denver and began working at Wild Bird as an Animal Care Technician. Under the tutelage of Debbie Strimple, she gained her Provisional Wildlife Rehabilitator's License in 2014. Pending Wild Bird's opening, she is completing her provisional period at Greenwood Wildlife in Longmont. She also manages Wild Bird's social media accounts and website while finishing pre-requisite courses at University of Colorado, Denver for Veterinary Medicine programs. She has fallen in love with the beauty and complexity of birds and plans on exploring Avian & Exotics Veterinary Medicine.
Morgan Sandoval, Provisional Wildlife Rehabilitator
Morgan has been with Wild Bird since she graduated from the Bel-Rae Institute of Veterinary Technology in 2008. She gained her Provisional Wildlife Rehabilitator's license in 2014 under the supervision of Debbie Strimple. Currently, she is completing her provisional period through Greenwood Wildlife in Longmont. Morgan has helped rehabilitate thousands of birds over the years and is excited to become a Wildlife Rehabilitator with Wild Bird once our center is operational! She is also accomplished in bird identification and, in her spare time, likes to expand her skills as a birder and budding wildlife photographer. Her work is often featured on Wild Bird's social media pages and newsletters.