New England Wildlife Center
Preserving New England's Wild Legacy
Raccoon Camera

Raccoon orphans coming soon – Watch them here live!

Raccoon Stuck in A PVC: A Success Story!

George Anthology

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8 Comments to “Raccoon Camera”

  1. deb says:

    I visited the Center today and was treated to a grand tour. I learned so much from my tour guide. I would hope that many would consider donating. The staff works very hard in caring for wildlife brought here.

  2. deb says:

    These videos are great! Are cameras in each licensed rehab bears areas? If not, please consider a live-cam in All, especially Chelmsford. A baby raccoon was found and saved from within my walls of the house. It’s mom nowhere to be found. Thanks to MaryAnn for giving us the name of licensed rehab bears, yet we miss this cute little guy and would love to follow his progress. Thanks

    • Katrina Bergman says:

      Hi Deb, I am not following your comment. We do not care for bears. It sounds like Maryanne at our front desk may have helped you resolve a raccoon issue. Please email us so I can better understand and help. Thanks very much.

      • deb says:

        Sorry, I have no idea why I said bears.
        MaryAnn helped us with a raccoon.

        It is now in Chelmsford with Mary and I am just wondering if they have the cameras as well for rescuers to see how they are doing, at least in pictures.

      • Deb says:

        I am hoping to donate and want to contact
        you privately but can not seem to connect with
        the website listed in a previous letter.

        Would you send the email address again
        please. Above is listed as newildlife.com
        Thank you

        • Katrina Bergman says:

          Hi Deb, Thanks so much. The Center’s email is nflah53@aol.com I am going to double check our email address – I apologize for any trouble getting in touch with us. You can also reach us at 781 682 4878 and dial x119 to speak Nina Flaherty.

  3. Tracy says:

    This is wonderful!
    Thankyou for caring for these precious creatures!

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