Animals

Organization Name
Contact Person
Marlene and Howard Marks, Owners
Phone Number
847-648-2275; 877-500-2275 (toll-free)
Description

In home dog training service which specializes in dog behavior modification for puppies and older dogs.

Organization Name
Address
2310 Oakton, Evanston, IL
60202
Phone Number
(847) 866-5082
Categories
Description

The Evanston Animal Shelter is committed to providing compassionate and humane care for Evanston’s abandoned, abused and relinquished animals and to find them homes through rehabilitation, foster care, adoption, and rescue organizations. We aim to further serve the community as a proactive resource for education, counseling and support.

Visit us during our adoption hours at 2310 Oakton Street in Evanston, IL. The shelter is located between Dodge and McCormick, across the street from Petsmart, Home Depot and Steak & Shake.

ADOPTION HOURS

Weekdays: 6 PM – 8 PM*

*Closed Thursdays

Weekends: 12 PM – 3:30 PM

Public Notes

For Animal Control, please call 311 or (847) 448-4311

Website Address
Address
P.O. Box 1313, Evanston, IL
60204
Contact Person
Libby Hill
Contact Email
Phone Number
847-475-2096
Description

The Evanston North Shore Bird Club is devoted to birding and protecting local natural resources, offers programming and field trips. Membership meetings held every fourth Tuesday of the month, September through April (no December meeting), 7:30 p.m. at the Evanston Ecology Center.

Evanston North Shore Bird Club has adopted the new (as of October 2015) Clark Street Beach Bird Sanctuary. Volunteers work inside the sanctuary learning about plants and keeping them healthy. We invite people who would like to be bird monitors or volunteers to contact us at info@ensbc.org.

Contact Person
Mark Luscombe, President
Phone Number
312-280-0110
Parent Organization
Categories
Description

Co-sponsors regular bird walks with the Lincoln Park Zoo and participates in the National Butterfly Count with North Park Village Nature Center and Spring and Winter Bird Census Counts as well as other local projects. Bird watching field trips. Meets on the second Monday of the month, 7:30 p.m., at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum.

The Fort Dearborn Chapter is not affiliated with the National Audubon Society.

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