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Phone: 910-283-4280
282 Heading Bluff Rd
Currie
North Carolina 28435
USA
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Target demographics: Small mammals and reptiles in Southeastern North Carolina, although contact numbers are available for local wildlife we do not care for.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Varies with need

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Assist with cleaning cages and feeding animals, assist with data entry.

Geographic areas served: Southeastern North Carolina

Programs: Rescue & rehabilitation of orphaned/injured wildlife
Sanctuary for disabled wildlife
Information on wildlife
Education of new rehabilitators

Mission:
To provide care for orphaned & injured wildlife, and coordinate with other rehabilitators to ensure that care is provided, especially during natural disasters such as hurricanes. We also strive to provide education on, and assistance with local wildlife issues. For the animals unable to be released due to their disabilities, we provide housing to ensure they can have a full life safely.
Results:
Having provided care for hundreds of orphaned/injured wildlife, we currently have 10 Eastern Grey Squirrels, 1 Fox Squirrel, 1 Flying Squirrel and 1 Cottontail Rabbit in permanent residence due to disabilities. In addition, we have 8 juvenile Grey squirrels, and 1 juvenile flying squirrel being prepared for release in the spring.

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11/21/12
Beth is a very dedicated in her rehabilitation. I met her 5 years ago. She welcomed me into her home and showed me her "set-up." She has totally given up her home to make it as comfortable for the "furbabys" as I like to call them. She has a few that she keeps that needs care constantly. It can be ... more »
11/14/12
I met Beth through my Daughter Christina. Beth is very knowledgeble about these little animals and has a heart of gold in taking care of each and everyone of these beautiful little creatures. If, people took as good of care of their children as she does these animals. Life would be so much better... more »
11/12/12
I had just moved to this country from Australia. I discovered a tiny little being in our backyard with no fur and unopened eyes. I honestly didn't know what this little fella was until I asked our next door neighbor as we don't have squirrels in Oz . :) I got the phone number of this organization ... more »
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