Our mission is to promote and encourage positive values and behaviors and to empower others to care for and conserve wildlife and the environment.
The center, located in the hills of Pompey, provides recovering wild animals with expert care in numerous spacious, federally approved aviaries, barns, cages, and enclosures. The center has young and/or ill animals recovering with the intention of release back to the wild; therefore, the center is not open to the public.
We have opportunities for volunteers to help at the center. We are very appreciative of groups that have helped us in the past, including school and scouting groups. Page Wildlife Center has benefited from many Eagle Scout Projects from local troops.
About Our Founder:
Cynthia Page has been rehabilitating wild animals for over 30 years, developing an expertise in many native species, specializing in birds. She is known as an informative speaker, and has presented papers regarding rehabilitation at numerous wildlife conferences. Additionally, she teaches environmental education programs about birds of prey with unreleasable raptors for schools and other groups.
Aside from her work with animals, Cynthia is an accomplished wildlife artist.