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Phone: 719-543-1946

Pueblo
Colorado 81003
USA
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Target demographics: All ages, all income brackets

Direct beneficiaries per year: Average of 700 animals per year

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Help maintain caging, help feed infants

Geographic areas served: Southern Colorado, USA

Programs: 1. Wildlife rehabilitation
2.Exotic bird sanctuary
3.Non releasable turtle/tortoise sanctuary
4.Public educational programs
5. Wildlife rehabilitation training programs

Mission:
To provide a humane service by maintaining a wildlife rehabilitation facility to which the general public, veterinarians, and state and local wildlife officials may bring injured or orphaned wildlife for care and release back into their natural habitat. Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization operating under permits from the Colorado Division of Wildlife and the US Fish & Wildlife Service that accepts small mammals including bats and all birds for rehabilitation and ultimate release.
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09/04/13
Second Change has been so wonderful to me - they gladly accepted the two injured birds that I found - even though I know that resources are tight. They are a great organization serving a big need in Colorado. I honestly don't know where else in the state I would take injured wildlife... more »
04/06/13
I can't speak highly enough of this organization. Sometimes human activities unintentionally harm wildlife. This charity, consisting of a small group of dedicated volunteers, tries to make it right by doing all they can to rehabilitate and re-release injured and orphaned animals. Our story began ... more »
04/05/13
Being a volunteer of Second Chance Wildlife Rehab Center is truly a gift. They have so much compassion for each animal that comes through their doors. Every year we volunteers are reminded of how important our responsibilities are to the facility, to our community, and to each individual animal. We ... more »
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