A Place Called Hope

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  • Address: 154 Pond Meadow Rd, Killingworth, CT 06419, USA, United States
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A Place Called Hope is a non-profit organization in Killingworth. It is a rehabilitation facility that works for the betterment of the injured, ill, or orphaned birds. You can volunteer here and help them in returning these birds to their natural environment. If you are visiting Killingworth with kids, then it can be a great experience for them as well. Consider spending some time at this facility as it will be a one-of-its-kind experience.

  • A Place Called Hope Address: 154 Pond Meadow Rd, Killingworth, CT 06419, USA, United States
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  • I wish everyone had A place called hope in their state! Christine and Todd are absolutely amazing and everyone that volunteers and works with them! YOU can tell how much they care about the wildlife! We had a peregrine falcon (baby) that noone was willing to help, but Christine and Todd showed up within 45 minutes :) If you have time, please volunteer and help as much as possible, or if not please consider donating to an amazing cause. We need our wildlife! Thank you A Place Called Hope!

  • Today we met Christine doing a release of a Canadian goose at North Farms Reservoir in Wallingford. It was our first live view of a release into the wild. We will promote the center as best we can as we are very limited in donation money. Great experience and a very nice lady. We expect to attend some programs soon.

  • Christine, Todd and all the volunteers that help them are amazing.

  • We had a tree cut down in our yard on Monday. Neither myself or the person cutting down our tree knew that there was a birds nest in the tree. When the tree came down, all 4 babies fell out of the nest. Luckily, all 4 babies were okay. I called and spoke to a very nice lady. I didn't get her name. She instructed me what to do with the nest, the babies, what to put them in and what type of birds they were. They were songbirds. Unfortunately, I didn't have any Tupperware, but i used one of my daughters baskets. So, I put the nest and the babies in the basket. I placed the basket on a hook that was next to the tree that had been cut down. Luckily, mommy bird came back and started taking care of the babies. Thank you so very much for your help!

  • Beautiful facility with beautiful birds of prey! Check the website or Facebook for upcoming events and shows! Otherwise you can call to donate and book a tour. Their whole team is very knowledgeable and they work endlessly in the preservation of native wildlife!

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