Cape Coral

Wildlife Trust

About Us

Cape Coral Wildlife Trust, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Cape Coral Wildlife Trust (CCWT) was formed to acquire land for education, research, and the preservation of Cape Coral’s indigenous wildlife.

CCWT: Team effort to educate the public with a new sign on a new land purchase
CCWT: Team effort to educate the public with a new sign on a new land purchase

To Report:

Burrowing Owls, Gopher Tortoises: CCFW 239-980-2593

Injured Wildlife: CROW 239-472-3644

Harassment of Wildlife: FWC 888-404-3922

Rotary Park Wildlife Info: 239-549-4606

Cape Coral Code Enforcement: 239-574-0613

Monitor Lizards: CC Environmental Resources 239-574-0785

 

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In the News:

NBC2 November 4, 2021 Trick-or-Treaters run over, trample several owl burrows, conservation group says

Burrowing owl nests being threatened by developments and natural causes : Click Here 

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Ed & Pascha Donaldson, Council Member Jennifer Nelson, FWC Officer Kyle Rogers.

Cape Coral Wildlife Trust celebrates Gopher Tortoise Day on Saturday, April 10th 

Photo from dedication ceremony at Pascha's Preserve. celebrating Gopher Tortoise Day April 10. Pascha's Preserve is located at 3735 Oasis Blvd just South of Oasis High School.

The right to clean water

Action needed- sign the petition.

Florida needs a Right to Clean Water Constitutional Amendment!
Sign the petition by clicking  I will sign!
Here’s the link to the article in the Cape Coral Breeze: Right to Clean Water

Our newest sign acknowledges the donation from the Marie Lelash Trust
CCWT Burrowing Owl habitat land acquisition
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In the News

CCWT Ribbon Cutting - First gopher tortoise lot
CCWT Ribbon Cutting - First gopher tortoise lot