501(c)3 Non-profit Organization. Owned and operated by
licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators.
Federal USDA Class C Permit and CT DEEP Approved to house
non-releasable educational ambassadors.
Permits to provide educational programs in CT, MA, and RI
Member: CWRA, NWRA, OSUS, NOS, NWF
Specializing in the Rescue and Rehabilitation of Opossums
Serving Connecticut with a Focus on Northeast CT
What We Do
- Provide professional care to sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals so ultimately they can be returned to their natural habitat.
- Provide sheltered housing, veterinary care, food, caging, pre-release pens, and public education programs.
Saving Wildlife One Creature at a Time
View our PHOTO GALLERY
Together we will make a difference!
Wildlife rehabbers are volunteers. We receive no funding from state or federal agencies. We accept tax-deductible donations.
Please consider a donation. Thank you!
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It is illegal for any person, other than a state appointed rehabilitator, to care for wildlife.
Non-releasable animals require State approval and Federal permits to be educational ambassadors.
*Please do not take babies from the wild. If you see an animal in distress, contact your local wildlife rehabilitation center for help.
Get In Touch
Pam and Bill Lefferts
Woodstock, CT USA
Rehabilitators are trained to follow proper protocols for each specific species. Opossums, in particular, have rigid dietary requirements.
Wildlife Are Not Pets
Interested in volunteering? Please contact us!