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P O Box 326
Virginia 22646

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We rescue, give veterinary care to, and rehabilitate over 1,500 injured, orphaned, and ill native wild animals from Northern Virginia and Eastern West Virginia every year. 
These animals are brought to us by the public, animal control officers, SPCAs and animal shelters, veterinary offices, and the police and game wardens.

The Blue Ridge Wildlife Center is a wildlife conservation organization dedicated to preserving native wildlife.  Our wildlife hospital rescues, rehabilitates, then releases injured, orphaned, and sick native wildlife, of which most have been harmed by human development. Our organization monitors and controls wildlife diseases and toxins and keeps the community informed about the health of our wildlife and our environment. We offer wildlife environmental education programs and informational newsletters that increase understanding of the valuable role of wildlife in our environment.

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The level of service as well as the community outreach of the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center are exemplary and represent a high bar. Some weeks ago I visited a local retirement home where the residents' mobility varies widely, from highly active to housebound. Many of them were able to attend the ... more »
As a volunteer wildlife rehabilitator at the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center, I am constantly inspired by Dr. Burwell’s commitment to the all-too-often overlooked animals of the world. Every patient is treated with kindness and compassion – with sights set on its eventual release back to the wild. ... more »
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I volunteered at the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center for four years and I must admit that it is a quality organization committed to helping Virginia's native wildlife. Belinda Burwell and her staff are dedicated to treating injured animals and work extremely hard to maintain such an important ... more »
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