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Phone: 336-421-0883
PO Box 882
North Carolina 27302
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Direct beneficiaries per year: About 100 animals on site, 5000+ visitors and program recipients, local and national government agencies who need assistance with emergency placements

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: prepare fruit salad food bowls for the animals, help with landscape maintenance, assist with a construction project for the animals

Geographic areas served: US, South America, SE Asia

Programs: Emergency rescue of wild animals in need
Educational tours and classroom programs
Workshops and activities for educators
Internships for college age students
Placement for wild animals needing re-homing
Hands-on training for facility directors in other countries
Workshops and classes for wild cat owners and staff
Limited breeding of chosen species in managed programs

Conservators Center is a nonprofit organization that preserves threatened species through responsible captive breeding, rescuing wildlife in need, and providing educational programs and support worldwide.
Dozens of rescued wild animals live here permanently, we have networked to place hundreds of animals in excellent homes; we reach thousands of visitors and program recipients each year; graduate 40+ interns per year; provided critical support for overseas conservation programs in Chile and Vietnam; placed educational animals in several outstanding zoos in the US, Europe and the Middle East

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What an amazing place! We took our first tour a few short weeks ago and cannot wait to return. My daughter wants to volunteer when she is old enough. What an incredible place. The staff was the best! Our guides not only were very well informed about the animals, but well trained in the ... more »
Came out Saturday for our first visit and the Treats and Toys Tour. What a AWESOME experience! We thoroughly enjoyed every minute and are singing your praises to everyone! Megan was our tour guide and did such a fantastic job!! Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to experience the wild up ... more »
We took our first tour earlier this month and cannot wait to go back! The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable and the facilities are clean and roomy. I didn't feel sorry for any of the animals. In fact, I felt grateful they had such an amazing environment with so many people who loved them. It ... more »
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