Wildlife Rehabilitation & Resource Center Inc
Rating: 5 stars 12 12 reviews
282 Heading Bluff Rd Currie NC 28435 USA
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.
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.
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
Geographic areas served:
Southeastern North Carolina
Rescue & rehabilitation of orphaned/injured wildlife Sanctuary for disabled wildlife Information on wildlife Education of new rehabilitators
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This charity is amazing. Beth puts the animals first and does everything she can to educate the public and help fellow rehabers. I mentored with beth for a while before becoming licensed myself and I can't say enough good things about Beth and what she does. If i ever have an issue or need supplies she is always there to help. I've known Beth for 5-6 years now and I'm so glad I met her. Beth will go without to insure that the animals have everything they need. I have never met someone so passionate about what they do. Many people say they love nature but Beth had surpased that by far.
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