Our Programs

At Chintimini Wildlife Center
squirrel feeding

Wildlife Rehabilitation Program

The Chintimini Wildlife Center (CWC) provides care for an average of over 900 injured and orphaned native wild animals each year, with the goal of releasing them back into their natural habitats for a second chance at life. (see animal statistics) CWC is open every day of the year for animal admissions and provides these services free of charge to the members of our community. Learn more.
Townsend Chipmunk

Living With Wildlife Program

We at the Chintimini Wildlife Center (CWC) have a perspective based on many years of experience in wildlife care. In addition to providing medical care for injured and orphaned wildlife with the intent of releasing them back to the wild, CWC is also committed to educating others about how human activities impact wild animals. Learn more.
Peregrine Falcon

Raptor Education Program

The Raptor Education Program (REP) offers on site and off location live birds of prey talks and demonstrations. Learn more.
short tailed weasel

Youth Education Program

The Youth Education Program offers after-school programs and camps focusing on wildlife for children ages 6 and up. Learn more.