At the New England Wildlife Center, parents and their children can get up close and personal with the wildlife of Massachusetts.
Founded 33 years ago by a group of Massachusetts citizens, the New England Wildlife Center (NEWC) is an innovative nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the wild life of the area. With a small team, and no outside resources, the Center was able to raise an impressive $8 million to construct a first-in-the-nation wildlife hospital and science education facility built to green LEED (Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design) specifications.
Parents and their children can take part in a unique and engaging experience at the Center. With a variety of programs and activities, families can get up close and personal with the wildlife of Massachusetts. From educational programs to volunteer opportunities, the Center offers something for everyone interested in the conservation of the environment.
The New England Wildlife Center is a great way to teach children about the importance of protecting the environment and its wildlife. Visit the Center today to learn more about the amazing wildlife of Massachusetts and to become a part of the effort to preserve the environment for future generations.
Programs at New England Wildlife Center in Weymouth, MA
The Center specializes in sustained, multi-session elementary and middle school science education, with a focus on a STEM science, technology, engineering and math curriculum. Here at the center, we know that all four of these problem solving disciplines are necessary for day-to-day life in veterinary medicine. It is our goal to teach the students that come to us about how we use these fields, how they are important in veterinary medicine, and how they can be used in almost any profession in the world. We emphasize and implement the scientific method in our programs.
NEWC Wildlife Rehabilitation Methods Course
There are so many animals in need of care, NEWCS welcomes the help of permitted wildlife rehabilitators who can help wildlife recover from sickness and injury.
We offer this course twice a year to help people interested in becoming a permitted wildlife rehabilitator prepare for the Massachusetts State Wildlife Rehabilitators exam. The exam is offered free to everyone who participates in this course and will be proctored by Mass Wildlife.
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