Center for Wildlife

Center for Wildlife's mission is to build a sustainable future for wildlife in our community through medical treatment, educational outreach and conservation activities. Our work focuses on strengthening regional capacity to rescue, rehabilitate and return injured animals to the wild; and providing learning opportunities and expanding community outreach programs to teach and inspire people of all ages to help protect local wildlife.

Center for Wildlife
PO Box 620
Cape Neddick, Maine 03902
United States
(207) 361-1400
http://www.yorkcenterforwildlife.org

Executive Director

Kristen Lamb

Management Team

Sonja Ahlberg, Laura Graham, Erin Burns

Board of Directors

Kristen E. Lamb, Karyn Scharf-Morin, Dawn Dickenson, John Means, Jennifer Niese

Mission

Center for Wildlife's mission is to build a sustainable future for wildlife in our community through medical treatment, educational outreach and conservation activities. Our work focuses on strengthening regional capacity to rescue, rehabilitate and return injured animals to the wild; and providing learning opportunities and expanding community outreach programs to teach and inspire people of all ages to help protect local wildlife.

Programs

The mission is to rehabilitate and release orphaned or injured local wildlife that is brought to us by community members, to educate the public through schools, clubs, meetings, the importance of our local animals, their habitats and their importance to our environment.Also to provide vital medical information to universities and other animal organizations for the exsistence and future of the wildlife.

Statistics on Center for Wildlife

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2011: $338,000
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $400,000
  • Other funding sources: NGOs, individual donors, corporations, municipal government, income generating programs, community contributions of labor or gifts.
  • Religious Affiliation: None