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WHO WE ARE

Protecting a Unique and Irreplaceable Ecosystem

Our mission at the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center is to preserve and protect our region’s native wildlife by providing rehabilitation services and education to raise public awareness of the factors that threaten its abundance and diversity.

Volunteer

Become a Volunteer and Help Us Save Animals

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center depends upon volunteers for a wide variety of tasks. And, because the animals depend on us for their very existence, we do ask for a serious commitment from our volunteers.

Join Us

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center’s 14th Annual GET WILD Benefit

Meet some of our feathered and furry friends and and enjoy an evening of light fare knowing that your donation makes a difference to the lives of the injured and orphaned wildlife that inhabit this region.

Featured Animal

Birds of Prey

Birds of prey are also called raptors and are magnificent animals. They come in various sizes in our area from the smallest Saw-Whet Owl to the largest, the Bald Eagle

Featured Story

Mallard Duck Caught in Oil Spill

If anyone needs a dramatic illustration of the importance of clean water to our wildlife, this poor mallard duck is it.  When this duck came …

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Supporters

Donate and Help Us Save Wildlife

Each year we are able to receive and give aid to over 10,000 callers regarding Long Island wildlife. We also provide educational programs to local elementary and secondary schools. All of this is possible because of the generosity of people like you. Thank you for your continued support and generosity.

Volunteer With Us!

Animal care, education bird handling, and rescue and transport are just some ways our volunteers help us keep Long Island's wildlife thriving! We look forward to meeting you and learning how you can join our our Volunteer staff.

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