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Phone: 570-739-4393
300 Moonhill Dr
% Peggy Sue Hentz

Schuykl Havn
Pennsylvania 17972
USA
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Target demographics: Wildlife rehabilitation services are free to everyone in Pennsylvania.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 1000 wild animals each year are treated at Red Creek.

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Feed 100 baby birds.
Feed 30 baby squirrels or rabbits.
Learn to work with Birds of Prey.

Geographic areas served: Pennsylvania

Programs: In addition to wildlife rehabilitation, Red Creek offers live raptor programs for schools, scouting groups, community events, etc.

Red Creek is also building an on-line training center for wildlife rehabilitators, targeted to open in the fall of 2010. The web address is www.WildlifeRehabilitationSchool.net

Mission:
To provide a charitable, legal and humane service to the general public, veterinarians, and state and local wildlife officials by providing a facility to refer or bring orphaned or injured wildlife for care, raising, medical treatment and eventual release back to their wild and natural habitat, otherwise referred to as wildlife rehabilitation.

To provide education about Pennsylvania wildlife to the public by private consultation, and through workshops, lectures and public displays and exhibitions, printed literature, and through Red Creek’s official website: www.RedCreekWildlifeCenter.com

To promote continuing education activities among licensed wildlife rehabilitators by conducting classes, workshops and lectures and providing written literature in print and through our website.
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11/27/13
Red Creek Wildlife Center has been doing amazing work for many, many years. They are available at all times to rescue or take in injured animals of all types. Their success stories are many. We are fortunate to have them in Schuylkill County... more »
11/09/13
I am so happy I was told about Red Creek Wildlife Center! I had no idea something like this was available in this area!! I would find small injured animals and try to help them myself with few successes, but now the animals can get the attention they need... by knowledgeable people. Each time I've ... more »
10/31/13
Red Creek Wildlife Center, no matter how busy they are, always give the animal the utmost care and attention. When I have called with questions, or come in with injured creatures, they are always available. Red Creek Wildlife Center is top notch, and the animals best interest, as it should be, is ... more »
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