Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Center


DID YOU KNOW? Wildlife Rehabilitators are all volunteers! We do not receive funding from the State or the Government to do what we do.  We rely entirely on donations of time, supplies and of course money. Please consider helping us to help the wildlife in our care by making any style of donation. You can help by volunteering time, collecting “wish list” items or sending a donation of money which will directly benefit wildlife in the care of A Place Called Hope or any rehabilitator you may be calling upon.


  • Frozen Mice, Rats, Day Old Chicks, 2 Week Old Chicks, Quail, Superworms, Mealworms, Rabbit, Chicken or Turkey Necks
  • Metacam, Baytril, Amoxicillin, Ivermectin,
  • Concrete Mixing Tubs (for water)
  • stamps
  • envelopes
  • gift cards to Staples, Walmart, Lowes, Home Depot, and currently EMS stores for climbing gear needed for re-nesting projects
  • lactated ringers
  • saline solution
  • wee wee pads
  • paper towels
  • garbage bags, freezer bags, sandwich bags
  • bleach and bleach cleansers
  • Dawn dish detergent original
  • Doughnut Pillows (the blow up kind are best)
  • portable cribs/playpens
  • Stuffed animals for avian enrichment
  • soft sided dog carriers
  • unsalted nuts, seeds and peanuts in the shell
  • cranberries
  • fresh eggs
  • extra firm tofu
  • frozen veggie mix bags
  • bird seed
  • Evo brand dry dog or cat food or high quality kibble
  • heat lamp bulbs, ceramic 100 150 watt
  • electric water bowls
  • pop up tent/gazebos for outdoor events
  • fencing panels
  • pooper scoopers (dog style with long handles)
  • sand and driveway stone
  • building supplies
  • extension cords
  • outdoor lighting for events

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Amazon Smile

On your first visit to AmazonSmile (, just select a charitable organization, A Place Called Hope, to receive donations from your eligible amazon purchases. Once you make your charitable organization selection, Amazon does the rest!

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 wildllife emergencies, rescues, re-nestings,