Cape Wildlife Center: Adapting During Covid-19

As everyone has, the Cape Wildlife Center has been severely impacted by Covid-19.  We are continuing our mission to care for sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife, and had to figure out a way to do it that would benefit wildlife while keeping our staff and the public...

Bird Migration In The Atlantic Flyway

The birds returning to Cape Cod right now are breaking all the travel and social distancing rules.  They are flying great distances, landing in various locations, and congregating in groups of hundreds or thousands.  The birds may be the only ones traveling anywhere...

All Cape Wildlife Center Events Cancelled Until Further Notice

During these uncertain times due to Covid-19, the Cape Wildlife Center has cancelled all events at this time.  As soon as we feel we can safely protect the public and our staff, we will start re-scheduling events and educational opportunities.  Thank you for your...

It’s Important to Clean Your Feeder

Most people clean their bird feeders and bird baths at the end of the season before storing them away. While this is a very important step in helping to maintain the health of our bird population, it is only part of what needs to be done. Aside from birds getting sick...

Cape Wildlife Center: 2019 Accomplishments

As amazed as I am that we are at the end of 2019, I am equally amazed at what you have helped us accomplish in the last 12 months.   In January we took full possession and ownership of our buildings and land at the Barnstable facility. We are now officially part of...