Sponsor A Species
Do something wild.. Sponsor a Species!
The animals at Squam Lakes Natural Science Center serve as ambassadors for their species, here for the purpose of teaching about New Hampshire’s natural world. The cost of caring for wildlife is considerable. All the animals need specialized diets, daily care, and creature comforts. You can help to provide food, health care, and housing for the animals - for your favorite feathered or furry species - through Sponsor A Species. You may sponsor a species for yourself, your family, or your company, school, or club. You can even send a sponsorship package as a gift. It's a unique way to learn about a particular species and help us to care for its live animals.
Step 1 - Select a level:
Thank you letter and photo of animal
Animal fact sheet
Sponsor a Species certificate
Subscription to quarterly Tracks & Trails newsletter
Recognition on the Science Center’s website, in the Annual Report, and in the Trailhead Gallery
$50 sponsorship level PLUS
Plush toy of sponsored species
$100 sponsorship level PLUS
Stainless steel water bottle
$250 level PLUS
Private interpretive trail walk for up to ten
$500 level PLUS
Private animal program with your species for up to ten
Step 2 - Select A Species
A wild variety of animals available for sponsorship are listed on the form below. Select one species per level of sponsorship and you will be on your way to contributing to the care of all the animals at the Science Center.
Step 3 - Make a payment using the form below, or print and mail your Sponsor a Species form.
Zoe and Maja Lelas
In memory of John Hackenberg by Chris Hackenberg
Scott and Lisa Chase
Great Horned Owl
Gene Blank and Joyce Jamroz
Campton Elementary School Grade 4
Mark and Samantha Houlihan
Tawny the Cougar
In memory of Richard Howard by Clare Howard
Kearsarge Regional Elementary School at Bradford Grade 3
Dom and Irene Marocco
For more information about Sponsor A Species please contact Janet Robertson, Development and Communications Director at 603-968-7194 x12 or Janet.Robertson@nhnature.org.