It is really heartwarming to find an organization like the Center for Wildlife, that helps injured animals and tries to helps them return to the wild if possible!! That’s where we brought our injured Common Eider Sea Duck we found while fishing! Here alittle info about the center and a short but cute video of our favorite ambassador we’ve met so far!! So charming!! Lol!
The center has 26 permanent residents!! They are also called Ambassadors!! I think this is So cute!! My favorite friend the day of the visit is Henry the American Porcupine 🙂 when we first saw him he was dancing, we thought ”WHAT a dancing Porcupine”!! So cute, I would love one like this as a pet!! Lol!! We normally think these guys are spiky and dangerous, but not this guy..one of the reason he’s here is he is not afraid of humans because he was mistaken as an orphan and was raised around them so he’s not able to survive in the wild!! Well at least he has a good home here!!
Here are few more of the residents,
Here’s a short video of dancing Henry!! What do you think of his moves?? Isn’t he cute!!
If you’d like to make a contribution to this Wonderful organization and help critters being brought here you can send or visit website!! It would be much appreciated. It takes a great deal Of time plus an average of 175.00 to care for each animal! Your donation at any amount would be so appreciated! Animals like our duck can continue to be rescued and hopefully be released into the wild one day. The funds help cover the cost of medical treatment and food! This is a private organization, it is not state or federally funded. You may donate by cash, check, credit card in person..by phone.. website or mail.
Center for Wildlife PO BOX 620 Cape Neddick, ME 03902
to get info about this ducky# B102419
Another way to help…
I’m so happy they existed especially when we found our injured duck!! I will forever be thankful for their help!!
Thanks for visiting and following along on our adventures!! Have a wonderful day!!