As demand for WIC’s services increases apace, Wildlife in Crisis has committed to a long-term plan that will expand and improve our wildlife care center and broaden our environmental education programs. A new facility (click here to view blueprints.) will allow Wildlife in Crisis to better serve the community, and better serve the community of wild animals. WIC’s new center will have improved veterinary capabilities, and better accommodations for our ever-increasing numbers of wild patients and growing number of beloved permanent resident animals. The new care center will also allow a much expanded educational outreach program, instilling care for wild animals into a new generation of young people, with a curriculum enriched by hands-on animal care, bird releases and interaction with our permanent resident ambassador animals.