A Place Called Hope is an all volunteer based non profit wildlife rehabilitation and education center located in Killingworth, CT. APCH specializes in the care of native Birds of Prey who have become injured, orphaned or sick with the goal of returning them to the wild whenever possible.
American Bird Conservancy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving birds and their habitats throughout the Americas. With an emphasis on achieving results and working in partnership, we take on the greatest problems facing birds today, innovating and building on rapid advancements in science to halt extinctions, protect habitats, eliminate threats, and build capacity for bird conservation. Find us on abcbirds.org, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@ABCbirds).
Through extensive education and a passionate commitment to conservation, the American Eagle Foundation is dedicated to inspiring the global community to guard and protect the bald eagle and other birds of prey.
AnimalKind is the BC SPCA’s animal welfare accreditation and referral program for animal-related businesses. We check to make sure companies follow a strict set of standards, and use the kindest, most humane methods. Accredited companies have earned the BC SPCA’s stamp of approval.
Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife is a volunteer organization whose purpose is to preserve and enhance the habitats of protected wildlife species and to educate the community about Cape Coral’s wildlife resources.
Sound, ethical and lasting solutions to wildlife problems. From mice to mountain lions.™
The International Owl Center is the only all-owl education center in the United States. Their mission is to make the world a better place for owls to thrive.
OWL is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of raptors (eagles, falcons, hawks, osprey, owls, and vultures). Our facility and staff are equipped for the unique needs of these beautiful birds, offering them the best chance of recovery.
Pulama Lanai seeks to cherish the unique beauty and deep spirit of aloha on Lanai by creating sustainable practices, economic opportunities, and natural resource conservation programs that support our island and community.
RAPTORS ARE THE SOLUTION educates people about the ecological role of raptors, and works to eliminate toxic rodenticides from the food web in order to prevent further poisonings of wildlife, pets, and children.
Promoting raptor conservation across Southern California through, comprehensive, educational programs.