Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Center

Public Events


Essex River Museum presents a live Birds of Prey Presentation February 18, 2018

Join A Place Called Hope for a one hour live bird experience at the Essex Town Hall located at  29 West Avenue in Essex, CT. Presentation is from 4:30 – 5:30pm on Sunday, February 18, 2018. Meet ambassador birds, both day time and night time hunters to learn more about ways you can help protect our wildlife for the future. All ages welcome.


APCH’s 2018 Spring Rescue/Transport Seminar Saturday, April 28th, 1-3:30 at the Meigs Point Nature Center Hammonasset Beach State Park Pre-registration required by emailing

Training for First Responders to help with crisis situations involving wild birds of all kinds. Seminar focuses on raptors and dangerous birds mainly. This 2 1/2 hour class prepares the rescuer for the common scenarios faced in typical emergency situation. Learn through a power point presentation and actual rescue videos ways to safely approach and handle a bird related crisis and the best ways to contain and ultimately transport to a licensed wildlife rehabilitator, veterinary practice or center devoted to the species involved. This class is for ages 16 and up and costs $25 per person. All money raised goes towards print outs and birds. This class is the first step to becoming a First Responder. Second step involves volunteering at a facility where you can gain some actual hands on experiences to prepare oneself  for the field. This class counts towards hours for State rehabilitation requirements.




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Contact Us

Christine Cummings, President and Co-Founder Call or text 203-804-3453 for wildlife emergencies, rescues, booking programs, and setting up tours.

Grace Krick, Vice President call or text 860-575-9791 for wildlife emergencies or rescues.

Todd Secki, Secretary/Treasurer and Co-Founder call or text 203-214-2846 for re-nestings.