Driving Directions


Please be aware that many GPS systems, mapquest and google have us listed on the wrong corner.

Click the link nearest to your location.


West Reading, Wyomissing, Sinking Spring Areas via Route 183

Reading Area via Route 61, Leesport, Fleetwood, Hamburg Areas

Harrisburg Areas via Routes 81 and 78

Allentown Area, Kutztown via route 78

Lebanon Areas via Routes 78 and 22

Lancaster Via Route 222 that goes through Reading

Lititz, Manheim and Lancaster via route 501

Schaefferstown, Womelsdorf, Robesonia Via 419

Pine Grove Area, Tremont, Tower City

Pottsville, and points north via route 61 South

Orwigsburg, New Ringgold, Schuylkill Haven

Because Everything Deserves a Second Chance

We believe your charitable investment should be life changing for both animals and people.

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Protecting Our Families and Community Since 1991

It’s obvious that wildlife rehabilitation helps animals, but did you know it protects people as well?

By providing a safe and humane service that helps a wild animal foundling in need, a family’s exposure to that animal is greatly reduced.

Through our services, our loved ones, especially our children and pets are protected from dangerous, possibly FATAL INJURY, DISEASE AND PARASITES.

Red Creek Wildlife Center relies solely on YOUR generous contributions to meet the ever growing need for our services.

Our Mission, Our Philosophy

To offer a second chance to distressed Pennsylvania wildlife through rescue and rehabilitation, public education and by providing training for wildlife rehabilitators.

We believe that every life, no matter how small or common, is precious and deserves a chance at life.

Taking in one to two thousand wild animals annually, from the tiniest hummingbird, to the largest eagle, from chipmunks to deer, Red Creek has been giving wildlife a second chance for over 20 years.

We believe that education is an important part of saving our wildlife, the environment and the planet for future generations.

Each year, tens of thousands of students enjoy a positive wildlife experience through Red Creek’s LIVE RAPTOR programs and assemblies.

We believe wildlife rehabilitation is a valuable service that should be available to everyone.

Red Creek is helping others become wildlife rehabilitators through classes, seminars and online training, expanding this serve to new areas in Pennsylvania and nationally.

Bat Rehabilitation Seminar – April 7th, 2018

Red Creek is happy to host another wonderful all-day rehabilitation seminar. This training focuses in bat rehabilitation in Pennsylvania and surrounding states.

Presented by Steph Stronsick of the Pennsylvania Bat Rescue
Sponsored by Red Creek Wildlife Center


$50.00 per student


Saturday, April 7th, 2018


9:00 am to 4:00 pm (includes 1 hour lunch)


Char-Will German Shepard Rescue,
2 E Railroad Ave,
New Ringgold, PA 17960

Training Outline:

Natural History of Bats
Species identification
Roosting behavior
Interacting with the public
Flight Cage
Infant care
Feeding adult bats
Feeding infant and juvenile bats
Infant bat formulas
Initial rescue
Diagnosis and treatment
Metabolic bone disease
Fluid replacement therapy
Wing injuries
Open and closed fractures

Steph is a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in Pennsylvania and the founder of Pennsylvania Bat Rescue.

Steph volunteered at Project Wildlife based in San Diego California. There she helped initiate rescuing bats as part of their protocol. Soon after Steph began volunteering at the San Diego Natural History Museum as a collection data analyst for the San Diego Mammals Atlas, preservation of bat specimens, and field assistant. After relocating to her home state (Pennsylvania) she worked as an associate field biologist for Bat Conservation and Management. In Pennsylvania, she volunteered at Aark Wildlife as their resident bat rehabilitator and specialist.