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New General Meeting Location

The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region has graciously agreed to let us use one their conference rooms to host our monthly General Meetings. The meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 6pm. The address is 610 Abbott Lane, Colorado Springs, 80905.
Please do not contact the Humane Society for information regarding the meeting but call / or text 719-475-WILD (9453). A big Thank You to them for opening their doors to us!
Should there be some type of inclement weather on the day of a General Meeting please call the Wild Forever number to see if the meeting is still on or has been cancelled.


The necessity for planning, funding, acquiring land and building a professional wildlife rehabilitation and education center in the Pikes Peak region is still a must. There are only a handful of volunteer individual, licensed wildlife rehabilitators in the Pike Peak region at this time providing the care at their own homes and these people can’t last indefinitely. The region needs a recognized center to take hotline calls, provide the rescue for difficult cases, provide care for the wild animals and provide the space to conduct public education. The concern is for the near future when finding assistance for sick, orphaned or injured wildlife will become a herculean task or perhaps proves to be non existent. Residents and visitors all know, that to the world, Colorado represents an incredible variety of landscapes and a huge variety of native wildlife. Wild Forever Foundation wants these amazing creatures to remain a part of the quality of life in Colorado well into the future. Help us bring the communities of the Pikes Peak region together to support a professional wildlife rehabilitation and education center. Together we can learn how to become more aware and respect the connection between all natural life and our human effect on it.

Linda R. Cope Co-founder Wild Forever Foundation

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