With a location secured and building repairs and renovations almost complete, the wild animals will soon have a place to go for emergency care!
In the first year of operations, the number of animals in need of help is expected to exceed 2,000. Now, the animals will have a facility and team of dedicated volunteers available for rescue, transport, stabilization and release back to the wild. The facility will provide much needed relief to the area’s home-based wildlife rehabilitators and partner organizations, plus increase our region's capacity to save wild lives.
HELP OPEN DOORS TO SAVE WILD LIVES
Your support is needed to provide food, medicine and supplies to care for the injured and orphaned animals.
The hard working, dedicated volunteers are putting in lots of hours to get the building ready! Want to help? Sign up to volunteer!
If you have questions, know people that can help or want more information about the site and needs, please contact us.
THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS & SPONSORS!