Our Mission: Chintimini provides care for injured and orphaned wildlife, with the goal of returning them to their natural habitat and fosters a connection between people and wildlife through education.
Have you found an injured or orphaned mammal or bird?WHAT DO YOU DO?
Thank you for yet another year of wonderful blueberries from Anderson Berry Farm
for our wildlife patients! Read more.
Many thanks to the following foundations for their very generous recent grants for our Wildlife Rehabilitation Program:
Karen M. Schroth Charitable Foundation for Animals
- Funds to construct new mammal rehabilitation enclosures.
The Autzen Foundation
- Funds for the purchase of a lead testing machine.
The Pape Family Foundation
- for general support for our wildlife rehabilitation program.
LEARN MORE about Chintimini's Supporters.
View Our Video!
Filmed by Original Productions
Take a behind the scenes tour
of the Chintimini Wildlife Center in Corvallis, Oregon.
Learn about the Center's wildlife rehabilitation and youth and raptor education programs.
Watch injured and orphaned wild animals being rehabilitated and observe the emotional
release of an orphaned barn owl.
This promotional film was made for the Chintimini Wildlife Center
pro bono by Original Productions, producers of numerous award-winning reality TV shows including "Deadliest Catch".
This film is dedicated to the incredible volunteers at the Chintimini Wildlife Center.
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A Fond Farewell from our Founder, Jeff Picton
After founding Chintimini Wildlife Center and managing it for 30 years to a successful wildlife rehabilitation center, Jeff Picton is retiring to pursue the next chapter in his life. Read more.
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Learn more about our Youth Education Camps
for ages 5-11. Sign up for:
- Pygmy Day Camps
- Spring Break Camp
- Summer Camps
Read Our Blog
Read our most recent blog post
on the good, the bad but not the ugly.
Read all about volunteer Melanie Holte
who is on the Wednesday AM shift and loves to work at Chintimini because it provides a safe place for injured and orphaned animals to heal. Chintimini relies on its
to take care of our wildlife patients. See more Spotlights