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  • 228 W. Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays, NY 11946 – Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center: Dedicated to Helping East End Wildlife

Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center, located at 228 West Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays, is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating wildlife in the region. They aim to raise awareness about the many factors that threaten native wildlife through fundraising efforts, volunteers, educational programs, and much more.

READ THIS STORY – Feathering the Nest, Expert Tips For Creating a Backyard Bird Sanctuary

Are you passionate about birdwatching and want to create a haven for our feathered friends in your backyard? Building a backyard bird sanctuary is an enriching and rewarding endeavor that not only invites an array of bird species to your home, but also contributes to their conservation and well-being. From planting native plants to providing nesting opportunities and water features, this Redfin article will help you create a vibrant and sustainable sanctuary where birds can thrive.


Times Square Chronicles – Evelyn Alexander Celebrates 15th Annual Get Wild Benefit

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons hosted the 15th Annual GET WILD Benefit. James Hunter and Fred W. Thiele, jr. were honored at this year’s benefit. 

READ THIS STORY – Evelyn Alexander Fundraiser June 24

The Sagaponack Sculpture Field was a wonderful location for the Evelyn Alexander 15th Annual Get Wild Benefit fundraiser. Generous and caring supporters faced the bad weather to continue the legacy of the Wildlife Rescue Center.

READ THIS STORY – 2023 “Get Wild” Wildlife Benefit

Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center’s 15th Annual “Get Wild!” Benefit – Featuring feathered and furry animal ambassadors for an evening of delicious appetizers and drinks, live music and a silent auction!  All proceeds go to our wildlife center where we treat orphaned and injured native wildlife so that they can be released back into the wild!

READ THIS STORY – Keela the Fox Has a Housewarming Party

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays, threw a housewarming party for its newest resident, Keela the fox. A crew of three volunteers, who often help the center with building projects, constructed a spacious enclosure for Keela with room to run around and things to climb on, as well as burrows and tunnels to hide in. 


News12 – Animal experts urge bird lovers not to feed bread to waterfowl

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center and animal advocates, warn the residents of Long Island about the dangers of feeding bread to ducks, geese, or swans. 

Good Morning America 12/20/22

Our Wildlife Rescue Center is featured alongside The Broken Antler, a rescue organization that brings us some of our wildlife patients. 



Hot Shots: September 2016 – Get WILD, Authors Night, Back To School Special

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons, Eastern Long Island’s ONLY Wildlife Hospital, celebrated another year of rehabilitating and successfully releasing animals back into the wild across Long Island with its annual GET WILD Summer Benefit.


The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center Saving Injured Wildlife on the East End

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays was founded by Virginia Frati in the late 1990s to provide care and rehabilitation for injured wildlife. It’s the only facility of its kind on Long Island.


Wildlife Rescue Center and Quogue Wildlife Refuge Hold Joint Benefit

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons and the Quogue Wildlife Refuge hosted the joint benefit “Wild Things” on Saturday night at 230 Elm in Southampton Village. DANA SHAW PHOTOS



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