Centre Wildlife Care Fawns   Bald Eagle   box turtle
Professional Care for Orphaned and Injured Wild Animals

Centre Wildlife Care on Facebook

A non-profit organization that cares!

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Saint Nick the Snowy
Saint Nick the Snowy Owl

Arrived at CWC on Christmas Day!  WCO Amanda Isett received a call from the SCI Smithfeild on Christmas day that they had an injured snowy owl.  The owl had some minor skin tears and broken feathers from the razer wire at the prison.  WCO Isett responded and caught the owl with the help of the prison staff.  Volunteer Charlotte Simpson transported the bird to CWC where he received fluids and medical care right away.   Saint Nick (first year juvenile male) should make a full recovery.  We thank all involved who worked to save this very special bird.

CWC operates on donations with a volunteer staff.  
Please make a donation to support our efforts

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Welcome to the CWC website!

Mailing address is Centre Wildlife Care, PO Box 572, Lemont, PA   16851

If you have a wild animals that need help please call (814) 692-0004

Physical address is Port Matilda, PA - Hours by Appointment
If you would like to be on our e-mail mailing list
Please send an e-mail to:  centrewildlifecare@gmail.com
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Sponsor-A-Critter for the Holidays
Bald EagleAlligator
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Two bald eagles suffering from lead toxicity
at CWC Now

Eagle being tube fed by Robyn & Kali  Bald Eagle from Mansfeild
Photos by Mark Nale and Robyn Graboski
Both injured & both suffering from lead poisoning

Lead poisoning in eagles:  The hunters' role by Mark Nale
Learn how birds get lead poisoning (short video)
Meet another eagle that recovered

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Red Tailed Hawk
Wildlife Wednesday on WTAJ TV

Learn about our native Pennsylvania Wildlife
every other Wednesday at 4 pm on Central PA Live

Click here to watch some of the videos online

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Centre Wildlife Care (CWC)  is a 501c3 charity that is licensed by the Game Commission, the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Fish and Boat Commission to care for compomised wild animals until they can be released into the wild.  We are a volunteer based organization that is NOT state or federally funded.  We operate on donations.  CWC also provides educational outreach with non-releasable wild animals in the form of educational programs at your location, social media, news letters and TV.

Centre Wildlife Care is located on 15 acres of wooded land in lovely Centre County in Port Matilda, PA.  Since opening in 1995, we have rehabilitated thousands of injured, sick and orphaned wild animals until they can be released back into the wild.  We care for all native species of wildlife including mammals (bunnies to bears), birds (finches to bald eagles),
reptiles and amphibians.  

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Wild About Animals
was a huge success!    Learn more

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WAA Sponsors
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Centre Wildlife Care is committed to transparency.  Financial and corporate documents can be viewed at Guidestar.org...click on the link below to learn more.

Guidestar  WASP International

CWC is approved by WASP International as an ethical organization.
click on the WASP link to learn more.

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