Mission: The Alabama Wildlife Center is Alabama's oldest and largest wildlife rehabilitation facility and annually receives almost 1,600 birds from over 100 different species. AWC is a nonprofit organization whose dual mission is to provide medical and rehabilitative care for Alabama's injured and orphaned native birds in order to permit their return to the wild, and to educate people in order to heighten awareness, appreciation and conservation of Alabama's native wildlife. The Alabama Wildlife Center's primary services are wild bird rehabilitation, clinical care for sick or injured birds, a wildlife help line for public assistance, and a variety of educational programs.
Programs: Provides medical care, food and housing to injured and orphaned native birds brought to AWC for care. Offers educational programs and events for all ages about wild birds, their protection and conservation, and their habitat.
This has to be the most dedicated group of professionals and volunteers I have had the pleasure of working with. they are truly inspirational. if you can volunteer your time that would be great, but every one of you, please follow them on Facebook and support their fundraising.
I've been volunteering at the Alabama Wildlife Center for about two months now. The staff and volunteers are wonderful, generous, dedicated people who care deeply about the work they do. Rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing 1,600 injured and orphaned wild birds per year is endless--and considering the clientele, thankless--work, but the results are extraordinary. This is a small nonprofit making a huge difference in the lives of wild birds and, by direct extension, in human lives as well. I'm proud to volunteer with this extraordinarily humane, beneficial, and selfless organization.