Wildlife Care Center SPCA of Broward County
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 39
3200 Sw 4th Ave Fort Lauderdale FL 33315 USA
The Wildlife Care Center is a private, nonprofit organization providing for the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, sick and orphaned wildlife. All services are provided free of charge to those who bring in creatures in need. Started in 1969 by a handful of volunteers (incorporated as the S.P.C.A. of Broward County Inc.) the Center has grown into the largest modern, professionally staffed hospital of its kind in the State of Florida admitting in excess of 12,000 animals a year.
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I visit this center and take injured, orphaned, abused wildlife in every chance I get. I have also attended educational lectures there. It is an amazing place with an incredibly dedicated staff of workers and volunteers. They are able to give any animal the very best of care and attention and time to heal. They then release back to nature (where animal was found) In January I was able to go to the release of a hawk I had rescued before thanksgiving - it was amazing to see another hawk fly over within minutes - to greet his returned friend ! Love this place