New England Wildlife Center
Preserving New England's Wild Legacy

New England Wildlife Center was founded by individuals and is funded exclusively through individual donations. You are the reason we can care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife – provide education and training – demonstrate sustainability- and so much more.
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  1. Brodie Morris says:

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  2. Tina Rankovic says:

    I tried to donate here, but Paypal requires me to join, and I don’t want to join Paypa. Paypal used to have a setting where you could donate but not join. You should check to see if they still have that. I will donate by sending a check instead.

    Best wishes, Tina and Mark

    • Katrina Bergman says:

      Hi Tina, I would have replied sooner but our page wasn’t allowing us to. Fixed now. I will look into that, thank you for mentioning it. Thank you too for your support. It is critically needed and deeply appreciated. Happy New Year. :)

  3. claudia says:

    not sure how much I’m giving a month…?

    • claudia says:

      and — i wish you would have pay pal so its was easier to give you the doe re me!!!
      LOVE
      CL

      • Katrina Bergman says:

        Hey Claudia, This is Katrina. I’ll email you a reply. But yes we do have paypal. There is a link on the front page of our website. We are so grateful for your monthly donation and I’ll email you the amount. Best, k

  4. Jimmy Cramblit says:

    July 26, 2012.I have 4 orphaned Carolina Wrens that are almost 2 weeks old. I obtained them yesterday July 25th, and have been feeding them every 1.5 hours sunrise to sunset. Today is day #2. So far, they are doing well. All the wild bird caregivers in my area are full, and are unable to take orphaned birds, and Tufts will only take injured birds. I tried to reunite them with their parents, but 48 hours had passed when I found the orphaned Carolina Wrens, and the adult wrens have split. How did I end up with them? I was unaware that a pair of Carolina Wrens were nesting inside the rim of the spare tire on the back outside of my van I had stored in the driveway for the past 2 months. Not knowing the nest and baby wrens were there, I had my van towed 10 miles from my home to a body shop to be repaired. My mechanic called me 48 hours later and told me he found a nest of chirping birds in my spare tire. I knew it had to be Carolina Wrens because I had seen the wrens go underneath my van over the past month…I thought they were just looking for spiders under my van…but it little did I know they had a nest in my spare tire.Okay…Now, today July 26th, I feed them every 1.5 hours with bits of earth worms, and I just bought wet organic dogfood with protein. The birds are doing great so far, but I have a spinal cord injury, and won’t be able to tend to them as much as I have been. I am willing to drive to Weymouth, or anyone else out there that you know will take these 4 Carolina Wrens. Please let me know what to do. I will keep checking back here for a reply for some direction. Thank you so much. david.

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  6. Ara says:

    What about donations of blankets, pillows, etc? Most animal rescues want those things as well. Do you guys also need them?

  7. Misook DesJardins says:

    Donation made in the name of “Oliver” the little red fox that was brought ina while ago. Thank you for all you do!

  8. Susie magdanz says:

    Thank you for everything you do for the animals.. Here is my donation to help.

  9. Cheryl Russo says:

    Thank you Wollam family for donation mailed to NEWC today in honor of our little man’s first birthday!

  10. John McKendry says:

    Donation on behalf of Beverly Tricco, who changed her Saturday plans to rescue a turtle hit by a car.

  11. Dee says:

    I have to get rid of 2 box turtles ASAP! Can you please take them? The owner can no longer care for them and they will be released into the wild if you can not take them. Please let me know right away!! Thank you. Dee

  12. Jonas Family says:

    In memory of Bob Kingsland. Bob was a great advocate for continuing education and also for preserving the beauty of nature.

  13. Hello,
    My puppy has outgrown her small crate. Is this something that you could use? I would like to donate it if you can use it. ~jcvp

    • Katrina Bergman says:

      Yes, we recycle and resell in our store. You can drop it off to us 7 days a week between 10-4. If you live far away, please call us first, just incase. Thank you for thinking of New England Wildlife Center! :)

  14. Michelle Grady says:

    Donation made in honor of Will Maxwell’s 9th birthday. Happy Birthday Will! Hugs, The Grady’s

  15. Amelia Di Domenico says:

    Happy 9th Birthday Talia!
    Very Happy to make a birthday donation on your behalf to help the sick and injured animals.
    Thank you
    Love Amelia xxx

  16. Don and Diane Porter says:

    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!!!!

    Diane and Don Porter
    and our granddaughter volunteer Abby Muldoon

  17. Don and Diane Porter says:

    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!!!!

    Diane and Don Porter
    and our granddaughter volunteer Abby Muldoon

  18. Tanya Donelly says:

    Donation made in honor of Janet Fisher

  19. Susan Weiss says:

    In Honor of Diana Young and Yael Maguire

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