Center for Wildlife, Inc.
February 12, 2011
The CFW really lives up to it's Mission Statement: "...to rescue, rehabilitate and release sick and injured wild animals, and educate the public about wildlife and the habitats they need to survive". I have seen the passion that the staff and volunteers put into their work - they are truly dedicated to helping wildlife return to thier natural habitat after illness or injury. I am most intrigued with the lengths they go to to rehabilitate an animal when others would have just given up. Putting screws into a turtles broken shell, and fixing a wing of an owl so it can once again fly are just two examples of the amazing work done there.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I first became aware of this organization when a friend of mine hit a turkey with her car, She took the bird to the CFW and within just a few weeks it was releazsed back into the field.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
I would create a steady stream of funding for this agency to allow them to continue their work without financial worries.
General Member of the Public & I have supported this organization for many years. .
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