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The Fox Valley Wildlife Center is a private, not-for-profit organization that cares for orphaned and injured wildlife. The FVWC is state and federally licensed, and is the only rehabilitation center in Kane County. We provide hospital care for wild animals who need help and have been impacted by man in some way. Our goal is to release these animals back into the wild because they deserve a second chance.

(Please note: This list is generously provided by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Fox Valley Wildlife Center is not responsible for inaccurate listings)

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Hours of Operation 
Effective April 2nd, we are open for animal intake from 9:00am-5:00pm every day.

Annual Wild Baby Shower

Thanks to everyone who attended this important annual event on March 25th. This is the time we begin accepting items we’ll need for the year, but especially as it’s the time of year that many wild babies are born. Our workload changes drastically at this time, and stays busy through late summer.2007 Photo Contest Winners!

    • First Place: Manuel Diaz of Aurora with “Camouflage”
    • Second Place: Louis Petkus of Batavia with “A Fresh Catch”
    • Third Place: Louis Petkus of Batavia with “The Pod Poacher”
    • Fourth Place: Paul R. Smoltich of Hinckley with “Solitary Diligence”
    Fifth Place: Mark Koziol of Hawthorne Woods with “Is The Coast Clear?”

Congratulations to the winners, and to everyone who submitted entries!All photos are on display at the Town and Country Public Library in Elburn (320 E. North St.) until April 30th.

2007 Fox Valley Wildlife Barn Sale — April 20-22
This is one of our major fundraisers for the Center–we’re supported only by donations and grants. At the annual Barn Sale, you get a chance to make some great purchases AND support the Center, as all items are donated and all the proceeds of the sale go directly to helping us rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife!

Come join the fun at Regole’s Harvest Shoppe! They are at 2N492 Kirk Road in St. Charles

See the Calendar for specific times.

To volunteer, or if you have any questions about an item you may want to donate please contact Joyce Sexton at fvwcbarnsale@aol.com

Acceptable Items:

    — Collectibles; antiques. All items must be clean and gently used

Unacceptable Items:

    • — No stereo equipment and speakers, TV’s, VCR’s & VCR tapes, computers, printers & fax machines, phones, metal shelving units; microwaves.
    • — Furniture: No sofas, love seats, mattresses, box springs.
    • — Apparel: No adult clothes, shoes, luggage of any kind. No baby, toddler clothes.
    • — Automotive: No tires of any kind, unused motor oil, car parts.
    — Books: No text or reference books of any kind.

Electronic items can be recycled the second Saturday of each month at
www.co.kane.il.us/Environment/recycle/electronic.htm.

Building/construction items can be taken to the ReUseIt Center in Batavia.

Education Programs
Fox Valley Wildlife Center Education Program is a great choice for schools and a wide variety of clubs and civic groups to learn more about wildlife around us and to discover ways to help.We will tell your group about some of the animals found in this area, how wild animals interact with the environment, how to judge if an animal actually needs help, and ways to provide help.

Our programs can be enjoyed outdoors or indoors, and are offered by a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Programs are variable in length based on your requirements and the time available, and could include a slide show, a visit from our educational animals, other children’s activities, etc. Contact the Center for details and fees (charges depend on services offered, but you’ll know that the funds will be used for the Center’s many needs!).

Please give us a call at 630-365-3800 to arrange a program for your school or club!

If you have found an animal that needs immediate care, please click on the Area Rehabilitator Listing above for help.