“Hoo” Haven is dedicated to rehabilitating and releasing, sick, injured and orphaned, North American Wildlife. And to educating individuals to the importance of the conservation of Mother Earth, to maintain the land, clean and beautiful for all.


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Photo Shoot

Our photo shoot went well on Saturday.  We were all grateful that the winds died down and the sun came out.
The individuals that came out had a good time and we learned a lot.
The next shoot will be in June, be watching the webpage for more details.


 

Urgent - Volunteers Needed


Hoo Haven is in need of 15 volunteers. These volunteers are for Monday thru Friday You would need to plan on giving 4-5 hours a week starting at 9AM. Come with a warm heart, a giving spirit, a willingness to really want to volunteer and we will teach you the rest. If you have a willingness to give back, to help Mother Earth be a better place for all and want warm fuzzies we are the place.

Please call 815-629-2212 and leave a phone number where I can reach you at around 6pm. -- After all animals and chores come first.
Karen and Steven Herdklotz

"Hoo" Haven Wildlife and Education Center
10823 Cleveland Rd., Durand, Ill., 61024

(815)629-2212


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We got asked numerous times if we could have a 2nd one so we are thinking of a Spring Open House combined with a Baby Shower. Everyone seems to be very excited about this.

Our open house was a huge success. We had over 650 plus people and everyone had a good time. There was food, jewelry and more.



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Meet Casper and Echo our 2 new Educational Barn Owls.

Karen and Steven  Herdklotz
"Hoo" Haven Wildlife and Education Center

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