Coronavirus: OWL shuts down public tours

Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society has shut down public tours at its 72nd Street facility due to growing concern over coronavirus.

“Due to the growing concern of COVID-19 we are shutting down public tours effective immediately until further notice,” OWL stated via social media yesterday

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“As always we are available for bird of prey emergencies 24/7,” OWL added.

In an earlier post OWL noted the dates for its annual open house have been changed. The event is now tentatively set for June 6 and 7.

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