April 30, 2010 — Got Wildlife? was proud to be a sponsor and participant in Earth Day at the Discovery Outdoor Center of the Museum of Hudson Highlands located in Cornwall, NY held on Saturday, April 24th, 2010. The Museum’s mission is to create responsible caretakers of our environment. They promote knowledge and appreciation of our natural world and the dynamic role of human interaction in it’s well being. This is done through quality educational programs. Got Wildlife? believes in the importance of education of our ecological systems, natural wildlife habitats combined with the human interaction and co-existence, especially in our youth. “We are in the process of setting up our own not for profit called the Got Wildlife? Foundation. One of the core principles in our mission is to provide community outreach programs that educate our youth on all aspects of wildlife (in our service area) including behavior, diet, breeding, potential health hazards to humans combined with understanding of wildlife natural habitats, how to co-exist with wildlife amicably and the significance of why the wildlife should remain in their natural habitat.” States Dean and Dan of Got Wildlife? which is a company that believes in social responsibility. We are passionate about our wildlife, today, tomorrow and always. It is one of our goals to enroll others to be socially responsible with the wildlife that surrounds us.