Wildlife Rehabilitation
It is illegal for the general public to attempt to rehabilitate or keep wild animals. CCEEC is a state and federally licensed wildlife rehabilitation facility with unique capabilities to care for wildlife. Each year, through a partnership with local veterinarians, hundreds of sick, injured, orphaned and displaced animals are treated with the goal of eventual release back into their natural habitat. Though specializing in raptors (birds of prey), the center ensures that all species of wildlife are cared for in the same professional manner, be it furred, feathered, or scaled.

Chief Naturalist and licensed wildlife rehabilitator, Susan Gallagher, oversees the rescue, emergency care, housing, and release operations. Susan also occupies a seat on the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Wildlife Rehabilitators Council, and is a charter member of the Pennsylvania Association of Wildlife Rehabilitators (PAWR).

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Weekend hours vary seasonally; call for details

After hours group

visits by appointment.

Trails, pavilion, and raptor mews (cages) are open 7 days a week from dawn until dusk.


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