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Thank you to everyone who has worked with us, we appreciate you and value your mission

Philadelphia Zoo

Philadelphia Zoo, America’s first zoo, is renowned for innovation in animal care and unwavering commitment to wildlife. A zoo of firsts, Philadelphia Zoo has been a leader since opening its historic gates on July 1, 1874.

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Tookany/Taconey- Frankford Watershed

We’re all about connecting our watershed residents and communities to their creeks! Through hands-on education, stewardship, restoration, and advocacy, we empower our constituents to take care of and improve the impaired waterways across our 30 square miles.


Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion

We are proud to be Philadelphia’s newest science museum and to showcase one of the most diverse living arthropod collections in the United States. With two floors of new museum exhibits, a 7,000 square foot tropical butterfly pavilion, and Next Generation aligned educational programming, we offer a unique and interactive experience for all to enjoy.


PA Bat Rescue

We believe that bat species throughout the world should be valued for their ecological, and environmental importance and services. Wildlife rehabilitation is a vital service that should be available to everyone. Education and dispelling common misconceptions is essential to the conservation and protection of bat species.


John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum is part of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Wildlife Refuge System, a network of lands set aside for the benefit of native wildlife and plants. Established in 1972 through local activism, the refuge protects habitat for the benefit of both people and wildlife.


New Jersey Osprey Project

We gather the best science, tried and true conservation techniques, innovative education activities and an engaged corps of willing volunteers in pursuit of the right combination of activities that will preserve a species before it disappears from our state; help another population recover or; highlight some bird, fish, mammal or insect that must be protected before it slides towards extinction.


Red Wold Sanctuary

The red wolf sanctuary and raptor rehabilitation center is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving wild lands and the animals that live there, as well as educating the community through tours and outreach programs. With over a 100 acres of restored prairie wetlands the RWS has created a protected space for native species including bald eagles, beaver, otter, raptors, songbirds and waterfowl to thrive. 

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