Our Wildlife Rescue and Recovery Fund is designed to help any and all wildlife care teams with their daily tasks. We will support any local wildlife sanctuaries as well through the distribution of funds we receive from donors like you.
Some of the funds will be used to help construct our Wildlife Care and Education Center. This center will give local wildlife the chance at a second life, either in the wild if able or in our center where visitors can learn to understand the way our wildlife works. Your support to our wild animal sanctuary and our partner wildlife sanctuaries can make a huge difference.
We will use some of the funds to help other groups that are dedicated to wildlife and park restoration. Groups such as the Friends of the Smokies are amazing organizations that are dedicated to preserving the amazing area known as the Great Smoky Mountains and zoos such as the Cincinnati Zoo.
This raptor had gotten caught in someone's screened porch. Our team rescued the beautiful creature and set them free. No injuries were present when checked prior to this release.
Animals that can't be released rely on wildlife sanctuaries for survival. Your donations help keep these organizations alive and running.
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