Sulphur Creek Nature Center

A Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center
The mission of the Sulphur Creek Nature Center is to instill a sense of responsibility for the welfare of our world by bringing people and animals closer together through wildlife rehabilitation and education. 

What We Do..

Wildlife Rehabilitation
  The staff and volunteers of Sulphur Creek help to take care of hundreds of native wild animals that are sick, orphaned, or injured.

Wildlife Education
Check out all of the different educational programs we offer.  Come to an engaging and fun course at Sulphur Creek, or have us bring the animals to your classroom or home for an up close view of some of our native wildlife.

There is a lot more to Sulphur Creek, including Birthday Parties, Special Programs, Volunteer Opportunities and more
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What's New at Sulphur Creek....



Winter Bug Club
January 2 - January 5, 2018
Time: 1:00-4:00 pm
Ages: 5-9 years
Course # 46557

Spend your Winter break exploring Sulphur Creek!
Become a young Scientist at this afternoon camp designed for that
will introduce you to the amazing world of arthropods.
Campers will find and investigate six, eight, and even 20
legged critters as part of our winter Bug Club. explore
the creek, go hiking (rain or shine!), enjoy games, art,
and scientific investigations at this STeM based winter
camp. Cost: $96 per child, $106 for non HARD residents. 
Register Online.

The Giving Tree - November 26, 2017 - January 10, 2018

Join the folks at Sulphur Creek Nature Center in making this a season of giving for the animals. Once again, the Giving Tree will grace our Discovery Center displaying ornaments with requests for essential items needed to continue our daily operations. Your gift can help to save a baby squirrel, dozens of ducklings, an orphaned Great Horned Owl or may assist us with our educational programs. Most items needed may be found at your local pet, general, hardware, or grocery store.

To help with our Giving Tree, visit Sulphur Creek take one or two of the ornaments and purchase the needed item to put under the tree. When you bring your gift in, put your name on the ornament so it may be hung on the Discovery Center wall. 

Unable to come in, but still want to help?  View our Amazon Wish List.

All gifts, big and small, make a difference in helping the animals!