Wildcat Wildlife Center, Indiana
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Welcome to the Wildcat Creek Wildlife Center website! As a state and federally licensed wildlife rehabilitation center, we have helped over 25,000 native and migratory wildlife since 1995!

Our center is located on 80 acres in Carroll County, Indiana (northeast of Delphi). We have a staff of volunteers, whose goal is to protect and conserve the wildlife and ecosystem of Indiana.

Wildcat Creek Wildlife Center is funded entirely through donations from generous individuals just like you!

 

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Positions available from April 1 to October 31

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Unfortunately, the 2015 race has been canceled..

Click here for 2014 Race Results

Click here for 2013 Race Results


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As a 501c3 tax-exempt organization, all contributions are fully tax-deductible - so you CAN make a difference! You may help the center directly through the below links, or by visiting the How You Can Help! page!  

Make a donation to the Center today using PayPal!

We also offer recurring (automatic) monthly donation options - on our Donations page!

Please start your Amazon shopping at Smile.Amazon.com, and choose Wildcat Wildlife Center as the organization that you support!  You can start at this link to Amazon.

 By shopping with iGive, a portion of the sale will be donated to the Wildlife Center. By downloading the iGive shopping window, all purchases made (at participating websites) will donate money to WWC. It's free, it's easy, and it's automatic, so please download the iGive shopping window today! Check out the Donations page for more instructions on how to get the iGive window.

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Wildcat Creek Wildlife Center, 4709 N. 400 W. Delphi, IN 46923.
Serving all of Indiana (including Carroll and Tippecanoe counties)  765-491-2351

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