"Dedicated to the
Preservation of Wildlife"
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at A Place Called Hope!

TOURS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - CALL OR TEXT 203-804-3453

We are currently closed for tours at this time. While things start to re-open, we would like to do the same but we are overwhelmed with cases due to so many places and rehabilitators being closed or full. We are that busy. Until things slow down, we can not offer tours at this time. Thank you for understanding.

A Place Called Hope specializes in the care of Birds of Prey: Eagles, Hawks, Owls, Falcons, Harriers, Kites and Osprey.  We also tend to Vultures (Black & Turkey) and Corvids (Crows, Ravens & Blue Jays).

If you are looking for assistance with birds outside this list please visit


A Place Called Hope is a 501 c 3 non profit organization run entirely by volunteers along with donations of time, supplies and money from our supporters. If you would like to learn more about how you can help, please send us an email at hope4raptors@yahoo.com.One of our goals at A Place Called Hope, Inc. is to teach the public how to protect and respect wildlife, in particular Raptors. We are encouraged by peoples reactions to our programs and their own personal stories about the Birds of Prey they have encountered. We are thrilled to share these birds with so many people who truly care and want to learn more. Although, our biggest thrills, are experienced whenever we have the opportunity to release a wild bird back into its own environment after a brief stay at our facility! There is no comparison to giving a wild bird or animal the gift of “Freedom.”

Contact Us

Emailhope4raptors@yahoo.com
Phone: call or text 203-804-3453 for wildlife emergencies, rescues, booking programs, and setting up tours.

Christine Cummings, President and Co-Founder
Grace Krick, Vice President
Todd Secki, Co-Founder

If you would like to make a financial contribution please use our Donate button. Your donation is submitted securely through paypal. Thank you for your continued support. A little goes a long way.

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