New Mexico Wildlife Center
19 Wheat Street, Espanola NM 87532
New Mexico Wildlife Center works to conserve and restore native wildlife and their habitats through action-oriented education, promotion of public awareness, strategic partnerships, and responsible wildlife rehabilitation.
Wildlife Rehabilitation - NMWC's wildlife hospital cares for up to 1,000 animals a year, ranging from songbirds to eagles and rabbits to mountain lions.
Conservation Education - NMWC provides interactive, hands-on education programs to local schools, camps, adults and groups.
Science - NMWC is involved in several different research and conservation programs including golden eagle tracking, wetlands restoration and nest box monitoring.
NMWC also provides wildlife presentations to local schools and the community using our 30+ non-releasable educational animals. A "Wild Walk" tour of these animals is open to the public.
Melissa H. Moore