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You Make it Possible!

New England Wildlife Center relies on donations to provide emergency veterinary care to 225 species of wildlife and education to students in our communities.

That means your support really matters!  Your donation will make a BIG difference to helping sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife in need now, and preserving nature for future generations.

Ways to Give

  • Make an online donation – click here to donate now
  • Mail a check payable to Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center to ,                4011 Main St. Barnstable, 02630.
  • Call us at 508-362-0111  to make a donation via credit card.

Join the “Cape 100” quarterly donor – a convenient and affordable way to make an even BIGGER difference for wildlife. Click Here for more info!                                                                                                     

The Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center is a program of the New England Wildlife Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.  Our EIN number is 04-290756.

Questions? For questions regarding donations and fundraising, please contact Zak Mertz at 508-362-0111  or


Make A Donation

Whether it is a one-time or monthly gift, it will have a real and immediate impact in the lives of our patients, students, and community members. Click here to make a donation today!


Join the Cape 100!

To help provide a guaranteed stream of revenue, we have developed an exciting new concept, The Cape Wildlife Center 100.  This involves no meetings, no galas to attend, or donations of your time.  All gifts are made online and can be automatic. We hope that 100 people will share our passion, and step forward as leaders to help us launch the Cape Wildlife 100. 

Leave a Legacy Gift

Leave a lasting legacy with a bequest or living trust. Your gift will help people and animals long into the future and will help preserve or environment for future generations. To leave a legacy gift or to learn more about our program please visit the link below or contact Zak Mertz directly at