New England Wildlife Center
Preserving New England's Wild Legacy
NEWC in the news

Below is a collection of news articles, stories and reviews of the New England Wildlife Center and those who work here. In addition, Dr. Mertz is a columnist for the Pet Gazette. Please enjoy these articles which are also archived below.

 

Headlines:

Grants Management Associates (April 2010)

Chronicle of Philanthropy (April 2010)
By Emma L. Carew

 

The Patriot Ledger:

Baby Raccoons fill room at Weymouth wildlife center to capacity (June 2012)
By Chris Burrell

Best Places To Visit (July 2010)
By Brian Benson

 

The Boston Globe:

Exotic Doc (March 2010)
By Robert Knox

 

Pet Gazette Articles: (By Dr. Greg Mertz)

Hedgehogs, Furtive, Nocturnal Pets (November 2012)

Pigs Do Best on Farms (January 2013)

Confusing Animal Words (February 2013)

Why Turtles Hate Me (March 2013)

What is the New England Wildlife Center? (April 2013)

When Birds and Bees Give Birth (May 2013)

The Green Devolution (June 2013)

Iguanas, Each One is a Character (July 2013)

Crazy Animal People (August 2013)

Ethics in Wildlife Care (September 2013)

6 Comments to “NEWC in the news”

  1. Dear NEWC,

    I opened your website searching for a mention of the passing of Dr. Vaughan Pratt, the founder of the New England Wildlife Center.

    Vaughan passed away suddenly on Jan 30 of this year, and I was hoping to see a tribute to him on your site acknowledging his contributions and expressing regret at his untimely passing.

    Did I miss it? If so, please direct me to the page where it can be found.

    Thank you!

    Sincerely,

    Kimberly Gilden
    former Clinic Director, New England Wildlife Center

    • Katrina Bergman says:

      Hello Kimberly, We have been working with Vaughan’s wife and brother to produce a tribute. If you would like to talk with me about this further, please contact me at 718 682 4878 x122. Katrina Bergman, Executive Director

      • Thanks Katrina,

        I’m so happy to hear that. I have some old NEWC newsletters, photos, news articles etc packed away somewhere if you think they would be of use. Please let me know if there is anything I can contribute.

        I’m also still in touch with the Clinic Director who took over after I left if that might be helpful…

        Thanks again,

        Kimberly Gilden

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