About Us - Safe Haven Wildlife Rehabilitation Center was formed as a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation to provide care for orphaned, injured or otherwise debilitated wildlife by licensed wildlife rehabilitators and Gigi trained volunteers. We strive hard to never refuse an animal who is in need of
medical assistance or one that is orphaned. Safe Haven also encourages and participates in the education and training of wildlife rehabilitators as part of the State licensing process, as well as cooperation and networking between wildlife rehabilitators.

Safe Haven strives to educate the public about wildlife and the environment that humans and wildlife share. Safe Haven will be located in the Granby area, but will serve primarily northern Connecticut. There are few wildlife rehabilitators in the Northern Connecticut area, and Safe Haven will serve these rehabilitators
by providing additional rehabilitation care capability, as needed.

Safe Haven Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Officers

Susan Dwyer, Director and Founder
Margaret Adamec, Assistant Director

The SAFE HAVEN WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CENTER EMERGENCY HOTLINE will be manned by volunteers and rehabilitators who will help you with a baby or injured adult that you find and answer questions you may have.

Our staff is made up of a group of volunteers who dedicate their hearts, homes, time and energy to helping our wild animals. For us to be effective we also need to educate others on the needs of these animals. We hope that our work will help those who cannot speak for themselves.

Safe Haven has a Capitol Building Fund to Obtain Land and Construct a Facility that will have a nursery and rehabilitation areas, where we can continue to rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife, and build upon our education programs in area schools to bring classrooms to our facility as well as offer internships to area high school and college students.


 

Please help our wildlife and consider donating to our building fund.

  
    How Can You Help?
  • People can minimize conflicts with nature by observing a few simple items.
  • Chimneys and vents should have a cap or screen, basement windows and doors should be screened if they are left open, and pet doors should be secured at night.
  • Removal of trees, shrubs, and brush should be scheduled for the fall when nesting activity is minimal.
  • Be watchful when mowing for nests and any young animals that may be running around. If animals are seen try avoiding the area for a week or two if possible.

FINANCIAL DONATIONS ACCEPTED

You can also help by making a financial donation to Safe Haven Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.  Financial Donations may be mailed to:

Safe Haven Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
P.O. Box 147

North Granby CT 06060-0147

Or you can Donate Securely Online by clicking on the button below:

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