New England Wildlife Center
Preserving New England's Wild Legacy
Need a Place to Meet?

Before the Center created and constructed the Thomas E. Curtis Wildlife Hospital and Education Center, it had no facilities for staff, volunteers or board meetings.  Meetings were scheduled from one place to another and were often delayed or sometimes cancelled because participants could not find the ever changing meeting place.  The Center vowed to make its spaces and location available to non-profit and businesses that were in a similar situation.  The Center has reached out to the community to provide comfortable, consistent meeting place for community groups that include the New England Herpetological Society, the Animal Control Officers Association of Massachusetts, the South Shore Humane Society, the Weymouth Neigborhood Association, Commonwealth Cats, the International Fund for Animal Welfare, the South Shore-VCA Animal Hospital, the Oil Spill Alliance, Weymouth Naval Air Station RAB, South Shore Ferret Association, and others.  If you are interested in using the Center as your meeting place, please call us at 781-682-4878.




7 Comments to “Need a Place to Meet?”

  1. We are delighted to help this very worthy cause. We know personally (as a volunteer) what wonderful work NE Wildlife does for the sick, injured and orphaned animals brought to the Center. The educational component of the Center is very important! Keep up the good work!!!!

  2. Tatiana Rivera says:

    Hi, my name is Tatiana Rivera and I’m in charge of the environmental club at The Woodward School, and I was wondering, can we have some students go to the center and if we could would they be getting an educational experience? Also where is the center located?

    • zak says:

      Hello Tatiana, The Center is an both a wildlife hospital and environmental education center. We run all sorts of educational programs and we’d be delighted if you guys would like to come check us out. You should call Ian or Maryanne at the desk and set up a time to come take a tour. Thanks so much hope to see you soon!

  3. Kathy says:

    Found approximately 1 week old baby skunk under picnic table trying to burrow into grass to maybe keep cool. See no mother skunk around. Can I take him anywhere now?

    • Katrina Bergman says:

      Hi Kathy, First try to make sure mom really isn’t around. He will be much better off in her care. If not, we can take him tomorrow. We open at 10:00. :)

  4. diana althouse says:

    Sustainable Braintree would like to use your site for our June meeting. The meeting will be on Thursday, June 13th from 6:30pm-9:00pm. There will be about 12 people attending. Please email me if this date and time are possible. Thank you.
    Diana Althouse

    • Katrina Bergman says:

      Hi Diana, We would love for you to have your meeting at the Center. I will pass your message on to Joan and Nina and they will check the calendar and give you an email back at the email you provided. You can also call 781 682 4878 x121 or 119 for assistance too. Thanks. Katrina

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