News & Announcements
The Wildlife Center of Fairfield County is pleased to announce that a long-term lease has been signed with the City of Stamford for the Red Barn in Mianus River Park! Fundraising efforts are underway for the renovation, and construction is anticipated to begin in 2013.
With your help, our vision will soon be realized. We hope you will join us in celebrating this incredible success and helping us to raise the money necessary to do our work. Thanks for all of your support!!!
EventsWCFC would like to thank Miller Motors for hosting a lively evening to celebrate the announcement of the new center! View pictures of the event.
If you are interested in hosting a fundraising event for the Wildlife Center of Fairfield County, please contact:
Heather Bernatchez, Founding Director- Outreach and Development
A Sustainable Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
“Establishing a sustainable wildlife rehabilitation center means that every innocent wild animal gets the care and compassion they deserve and every person has the outlet to help if they so choose.”Heather Bernatchez
“It became evident to me early in my work as an independent wildlife rehabilitator that a central location to care for animals was necessary. Serving as a headquarters for care resources and training of caregivers, the Center will raise and standardize the level of care for the animals that we work so hard to help.
It will also take away the fear-filled questions of those that find animals needing care. ‘What do I do?’, ‘Who do I call?’ WCFC is the answer.”Cathie Kovacs