Adirondack Wildlife Inc. is a 501-C3 Non Profit organization dedicated to Wildlife Rehab and Education
Adirondack Wildlife Refuge Rehabilitation Center Whiteface Mountain

Adirondack Wildlife Refuge

977 Springfield Road, Wilmington, NY 12997
Open 10 am to 4 pm, Thursday through Monday, Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
"Wolf Gathering" Talk at 10 am daily, "Understanding Bears" throughout the day
855-WOLF-MAN (855-965-3626)  cell 914-772-5983  office 518-946-1197 or 518-946-2428
info@AdirondackWildlife.org

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"God is not the voice in the whirlwind... God is the whirlwind."  Margaret Atwood

Zeebie, by AlexAlex with Cree and ZeebieKiska, omega wolf at tyhe Refuge
Zeebie, a Great Plains Wolf, Alex with Zeebie and Cree, and Kiska. Come learn about Wolves & Their roles in nature

Wolves Frolic on April 2nd, 2010

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Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Bull MooseCape Breton Nova Scotia Bull Moose and Cow
Highlands National Park, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Bull Moose and Cow, Sept 2016 by Steve Hall. Come learn about Moose.
An introduction to Moose

Luvey & Ahote, ambassador bears at the REfugeYellowstone grizzly sow with cubs by Steve HallAdirondack Black Bear by Deb MacKenzie
Information on Adirondack Black Bears
Come meet our Ambassador Bears & Learn all about Bears

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Meet our Educational Critters
Barred
Owl
Great Horned
Owl
Saw Whet Owl Barn
Owl

Long
Earred Owl

Short
Earred
Owl

Broad Winged Hawk Swainsons Hawk Rough
Legged
Hawk

Northern Harrier
Peregrine
Falcon

Merlin
Kestrel Raven
Turkey
Vulture


"What but the wolf’s tooth whittled so fine
The fleet limbs of the antelope?" Robinson Jeffers


11th Annual Habitat Awareness Day


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Bald Eagle by Brenda Dadds WoodwardSylvia by Deb MacKenzie
Bald Eagle
Snowy owl by Joe KostossShort-earred owl by Joe Kostoss
Snowy Owl and Short-Earred Owl by Joe Kostoss
Great Horned Owl by Joe Kostoss
Great Horned Owls by Joe Kostoss

The Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and Rehabilitation Center

The Refuge Center is located at 977 Springfield Road, in Wilmington, New York, on 50 acres, along the West Branch of the Ausable River, about a mile downstream from Whiteface Mountain, on that section of the river called "Lake Everest."  Wendy Hall has Federal and State licences for wildlife rehabilitation and wildlife education, and we are available to do presentations with wildlife for schools, churches, hotels and other organizations. For sample, click here.

When you work with support from local veterinarians to care for sick or injured wildlife, there are three common outcomes: naturally, some animals die despite your best efforts, while most recover to the point where they are able to forage and/ or hunt, and can be released into the wild.  The critters who remain in our care, and are used in educational demonstrations and displays, are animals who are generally healthy, but are no longer able to make a living in nature.

The Refuge Center includes two miles of educational hiking trails, and a Public Fishing Access trail, which winds its way along the West Branch of the Ausable River and along three river sloughs, through forest and meadow. Our enclosures for education birds include Red-Tailed Hawks, Broad-Winged Hawks, Rough-Legged Hawks, Swainsons Hawks, Peregrine Falcons, Great Horned Owls, Snowy Owls, Barred Owls, Screech Owls, Turkey Vultures and Ravens.  The refuge mascots are three gray wolves, and two black bears. If you're in the area, stop by and see what's going on!


Leghold Traps

Wendy at Saranac Central Elementary with LunaElementary School PresentationScreech Owl with Wendy
School Presentations

"A knowledge of the existence of something we cannot penetrate, of the manifestations of the profoundest reason
and the most radiant beauty  - it is this knowledge and this emotion that constitute the truly religious attitude;
 in this sense, and this alone, I am a deeply religious man."
Albert Einstein

Coyote by Joe Kostoss
Galileo by Joe Kostoss

Which Came First, Feathers or Flight?

The Treasure By Robinson Jeffers

Mountains, a moment’s earth-waves rising and hollowing; the earth too’s an ephemerid; the stars—
Short-lived as grass the stars quicken in the nebula and dry in their summer, they spiral
Blind up space, scattered black seeds of a future; nothing lives long, the whole sky’s
Recurrences tick the seconds of the hours of the ages of the gulf before birth, and the gulf
After death is like dated: to labor eighty years in a notch of eternity is nothing too tiresome,
Enormous repose after, enormous repose before, the flash of activity.
Surely you never have dreamed the incredible depths were prologue and epilogue merely
To the surface play in the sun, the instant of life, what is called life? I fancy
That silence is the thing, this noise a found word for it; interjection, a jump of the breath at that silence;
Stars burn, grass grows, men breathe: as a man finding treasure says “Ah!” but the treasure’s the essence:
Before the man spoke it was there, and after he has spoken he gathers it, inexhaustible treasure.


I Found a Baby Bird
This information is from People Helping Animals, or "PAWS"

I Found a Baby Mammal

Pippin by Joe Kostoss
Pippin by Joe Kostoss



I believe in the cosmos.  All of us are linked to the cosmos. So nature is my god.
 To me, nature is sacred. Trees are my temples and forests are  my cathedrals.
Mikhail Gorbachev

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"Those who dwell...among the beauties and  mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life. . .
Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts.
The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us,
the less taste we shall  have for destruction." 

Rachel Carson


Wolves & Ravens
Fletter By ButterflyWendy with Pepepr, Rough Legged Hawk"Utah" -Great Horned Owl"Artemis" -Great Horned Owl
Steve with Winged Pal, Wendy with Rough-Legged Hawk Pepper, Utah by Steve and Wendy wih Artemis

Eye in the Park photography by Joe Kostoss
Great Places to Visit, Hike & View Wildlife

Contact Information
Adirondack Wildlife Refuge
Adirondack Wildlife Refuge & Rehabilitation Center

Steve & Wendy Hall
PO Box 555, 977 Springfield Road, Wilmington, NY 12997
Toll Free: 855-Wolf-Man (855-965-3626)
Cell Phones: 914-715-7620 or 914-772-5983
Office Phone: 518-946-1197 or 518-946-2428
Fax: 518-536-9015
Email us: info@AdirondackWildlife.org