Center for Wildlife, Inc.
February 22, 2011
CFW saves wildlife with a caring and dedicated staff of mostly volunteers. With no federal or state funding, they are able to care for and rehabilitate wildlife brought to them from throughout the region. Those they are not able to release back to the wild are used for education programs in schools and for the general public. My non-profit environmental group has volunteered for 3-4 years at their facility helping in spring clean-up activities. After completing our work, the staff has given us a short tour of the facility, introducing us to the permanent bird residents and showing us their rehabilitation area. We have seen the staff in action caring for newborn baby birds, squirrels and other wildlife.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I have been given tours of their bird enclosures and met some of the permanent residents, those too injured to be returned safely to the wild. I learned more about these wild creatures and the ways of their wild cousins.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
expand their programs and facility throughout the State of Maine and into other States. More funding would be needed to accomplish this.
General Member of the Public & Once a year we help by cleaning the owl and falcon enclosures. .
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