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Rescue and Wildlife Rehabilitation
Nora’s Ark, Inc., is an independent, 501(c3), all volunteer organization dedicated to the emergency and extended care needs of New York State wildlife and the rescue and rehabilitation of companion livestock that have been neglected or rejected by our communities.
With regard to wildlife, our goals are to professionally respond to the rehabilitation needs of those animals that are sick, injured, or orphaned and release healthy wildlife back into their natural habitat. We strive to provide our communities with a resource of education and counsel for the general awareness and understanding of the needs of wildlife and to encourage and foster the appreciation of the impact and significance that the many species of wildlife have within our society.
Why do we do it?
Because everyone deserves a second chance.
is also our commitment to rescue and improve the lives of companion
livestock that have been forgotten, rejected, abandoned, or abused
by society and are found to be in need of urgent care. Our goal is
to nurture, rehabilitate, retire or rehome those animals so that
they may experience dignity and respect and have a safe harbor and
sustainable quality of life.
Help Us Help Them
As a public charity, Nora’s Ark receives no funding from the state or federal agencies and relies on donations from our communities.
All donations are
tax deductible and go directly toward the veterinary care and
maintenance of the animals and their habitats.
Donations May Be Sent To
Nora’s Ark, Inc.
PO BOX 14
East Concord NY, 14055
For questions or assitance regarding wildlife
or for more information about Nora's Ark,
please contact us at
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Rescue & Rehabilitation of Wildlife & Companion Livestock, Local Independent 501(C)3 Volunteer Organization Dedicated to the Emergency Care Of NYS Wildlife
Kate is wonderful! Her caring nature make this wildlife rehabilitation organization one of the best! I encourage donations. Thank you Kate for saving Bennie (Rupert)!