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 new surgical table and equipment.
The Pape Family Foundation
- for general support for our wildlife rehabilitation program.
LEARN MORE about Chintimini's Supporters.
Agriculture & Wildlife
Chintimini Wildlife Center has partnered with Benton County, OR and OSU Extension Service to provide educational information and grant funding to farmers in Benton County willing to try non-lethal wildlife prevention on their farms. Learn more.
NEW Senior Program!
50% Discount for Seniors in Benton County
Looking for a new addition to your senior activities calendar? For the next 6 months, we are offering Birds of Prey presentations
to groups serving seniors in Benton County at a 20% discounted price Learn more.
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on the wildlife that we are currently helping.
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of the Chintimini Wildlife Center in Corvallis, Oregon.
In Memory of Sparky
Our beloved Bald Eagle ambassador
Read all about Sparky, his incredible rescue, and how he touched the hearts of all who knew him. Learn more.
Read all about volunteer Colette Pruitt
loves learning about the different species of birds and their calls. Chintimini relies on its volunteers
to take care of our wildlife patients. See more Spotlights