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Phone: 607-200-4100
P.O. Box 713
Ithaca
New York 14851
USA
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Target demographics: All ages

Direct beneficiaries per year: About 150-200

Geographic areas served: Hands-on work in New York State, outreach nationally and all over the world

Programs: Outreach takes the form of educational materials and talks/presentations.

Mission:
Wild Things Sanctuary (WTS) is dedicated to helping native wildlife through rescuing and rehabilitating debilitated and orphaned/displaced animals until they are ready for release back into the wild. Eventually, WTS is also aiming to provide a sanctuary for non-releasable native animals.

WTS is also committed to improving the well-being of wildlife though public education; focusing on how humans can safely and peacefully coexist with native wildlife, and on wildlife’s importance to man and the environment.
Results:
This year we raised enough money to have a large enclosure constructed that can house all sorts of animals in need; it has already been a temporary home to 3 litters of fox kits, a litter of racoons and 3 litters of skunks!
We are also busy expanding our bat program, one of the few in New York State, to meet the growing need for bat care in the face of the horrible bat disease, White Nose Syndrome, sweeping the nation.

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12/30/13
This organization takes in and cares for all types of wild animals in New York State, including bats, which require special care. They seem to be very caring with all of their patients. They also educate the public about various species... more »
12/29/13
Over the years, I would come upon an injured animal and have nowhere to turn. Surprisingly a world-renown vet school in my own backyard would not accept these animals. "Too big, too small" or the unsaid but undoubtedly thought "too insignificant" were the reasons. And then I read a story in our ... more »
02/13/13
Miss Victoria is a fabulous Wildlife Rehabber. She works endless hours to care for each critter in her care. Her facility is out of this world great. They have successfully saved & rehabilitated so many animals a book she be written about it. Oh by the way she also writes books for children. She... more »
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