Center for Wildlife, Inc.

Rating: 4.98 stars   54 reviews

Issues: Animals

Location: PO Box 620 Cape Neddick ME 03902 USA

Mission: The mission of the Center for Wildlife is to rescue, rehabilitate and release sick and injured wild animals, and educate the public about wildlife and the habitats they need to survive.
Geographic areas served: Maine, NH, New England
Programs: Wildlife Assistance Hotline, Medical Treatment and Rehabilitation Clinic, Research, Training, Education & Awareness Programs
2011 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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EIN 22-2778845
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Rating: 5 stars  

I started at the center for wildlife three years ago. at first it was only a class project in which i had to do a certian amount of community service, but after that first visit to the center i was hooked. I then applyed for the spring internship which i got. durring that internship i learned so much and really gained an appriciation for nature. Also i realized just how much work really goes into wildlife rehabilation. The hours are long and the work is back-breaking, but I knew from the momment i performed my first release that, it was all worth it in the end. I completed my internship, but was never able to say goodbye to the center, so that is why still to this day i am a volunteer. I am so appriciative of what the center has done for me, i have learned so much from everyone who works here, and gained a new outlook on the animals that are living in our back yard.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Being able to one day take in a cardinal that had been caught by a cat, care for it, then eventually see it go back into the wild. Seeing that cardinal fly away to live a happy life is one of my greatest memmories.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

I would love for there to be no need for the center meaning that no animals are hit by cars, or caught by a cat, but there is no chance of that happening.

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