The Center for Wildlife is preparing for their highest year with the cutest little wild animals that have either been injured or orphaned there.

According to an article on WGME, 70 animal lovers showed up to check out the new wildlife at the center at the, "Make Way for Wild Babies" event.

This incredible place, filled with incredible people have nurtured and save 50-100 injured wild animals, according to the article.

It's such a wonderfully educational event whereas children and people of all ages can come and explore and learn about nature and animals. They offer activities such as scavenger hunts and nest buildings.

 

The event, held at an outdoor amphitheater put on a show to teach audiences members the important tips when encountering wildlife in Maine, focusing on injured wildlife.

 

According to the article, Bob Dale, Marketing and Outreach Coordinator says,

"We do try and cater to a whole wide range of ages but it's great to see the young kids on site here to inspire the next generation of ages really make a meaningful and lasting connection with our wild friends wild places,"

Here's the thing, we love our pets and our animals but what about those who are wild and do not have owners? This center not only looks out for them, they nurture them and save them. Helping to keep our Maine wildlife thriving and nourished is so important to our ecosystems. They keep them functional. We need that care that these animals give our forests, lands, and oceans.

According to the World Bank, animals are good for the environment because they keep our ecosystems healthy and a healthy ecosystem lets us,

"survive, get enough food to eat and make a living. When species disappear or fall in number, ecosystems and people- especially the world's poorest- suffer."

This event is vital for people of all ages to come together and learn the importance of our states wildlife.

If you see an injured animal call a licensed wildlife rehabilitation center before taking action.

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A local raccoon became quite the celebrity the other day when he peaked into a home in Cutler, Maine.

The image was more cute and comedic than anything. However, it did inspire this list of the 20 scariest animals a Mainer would not want to see peaking into their house.

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