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The Wildlife Center

 
Southwestern Long tailed Weasel
Black bear released back to the wild after 6 months at The Wildlife Center
 

A wildlife rehabilitation hospital, conservation education canter and New Mexico wildlife exhibit.

Accomplishments

We treat approximately 1,200 injured or orphaned wild animals a year with a 62 percent release rate back to the wild. We have educational programs in area schools, provide education and outreach to groups throughout Northern New Mexico and have 35 wild animals on display at the center for public viewing.

How to Support

The Wildlife Center is a non- profit organization which receives nearly 80 percent of its funding from individual donations.

For More Information, Contact:

Katherine Eagleson

katherine@thewildlifecenter.org
thewildlifecenter.org
P.O. Box 246, Espanola, NM 87532
505-753-9505
 

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Latitude: 35.755428400
Longitude: -105.985107400
Elevation: 6862 FT (2092 M)
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