Center for Wildlife Rescue, Research and Conservation, Inc.

It is with a very heavy heart that we have to say Patrica A. Fallon, Vice-President of the Center, passed away on December 30, 2016. Pat not only worked tirelessly to assist the Center in rescuing wildlife and educating the public about what they could do to help wildlife. but also assisted domestic animals in need as well. Pat was instrumental in leading the Center toward their first fundraiser, which is scheduled in April 2017. We will never forget Pat's infectious laugh, her funny stories and gratiousness. Her decades of knowledge, gained from her experience assisting and rescuing all creatures, will be sorely missed. The Center plans to name the Raven aviary, one of Pat's favorite birds, in memory of her. 

Loraine izzo, President/Treasurer and Joanne Dreeben, Secretary of the Center, are both permitted by the N.Y..S. Department of Environmental Conservation and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service to rescue, rehabilitate and release migratory birds and native mammals. Together both Joanne and Loraine have over forty years experience assisting wildlife.

Jason Siegelheim, DVM, and the veterinary technicians at Central Animal Hospital, Scarsdale, N.Y., treat all of the Center's wildlife who are in need of veterinary assistance. 

Gina Manzino, is on our Advisory Committee and is also assisting the Center with donations for our Capital Campaign.

Susan Jaffee, is also on our Advisory Committee and is assisting the Center with our first fundraiser which is scheduled in April 2017.


Our goal is to continue to rehabilitate wildlife but in a new, larger building with outdoor aviaries for birds of prey, song birds with outdoor pools for waterfowl, seabirds and wading birds. We hope to have the project completely funded by the Spring of 2018.

We are a 501(c) (3) non-profit dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of native wildlife.

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