Displaying 1 - 20 of 20 resources in Wildlife Rehabilitation:
1. "My body will be in the Jeju sea of my hometown"
Although the return of dolphins into the wild have been performed in other regions, such as North America and Europe, this is the first such ...
2. A Burden of Care Over Seized Exotic Wildlife in Thailand
The burden of taking care of seized animals was underlined in October, when 16 malnourished tiger cubs were recovered from the back of a smuggler's ...
3. Animal Rights Africa (South Africa)
Honeydew, South Africa
In 2006 three of the most effective animal organisations in South Africa, namely Justice for Animals, Xwe African Wildlife and South Africans for the Abolition ...
4. Carolina Wildlife Care
Columbia, SC, USA
Carolina Wildlife Care is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and subsequent release of orphaned and injured wildlife in South Carolina.
5. Days End Farm Horse Rescue, Inc.
Lisbon, MD, USA
* Provide shelter, quality care and treatment, rehabilitation, fostercare and adoption for abused, neglected and unwanted horses.
* forge cooperative partnerships both locally ...
6. Eagle Valley Raptor Center
Cheney, KS, USA
EVRC provides food, shelter and vet care for injured and orphaned birds of prey so that they may be released back to the wild. The ...
7. Endangered Species Coalition
Washington, DC, USA
The Endangered Species Coalition is a national network of hundreds of conservation, scientific, religious, sporting, outdoor recreation, business and community organizations working to protect our ...
8. Endangered Wildlife Trust
Parkview, South Africa
The Endangered Wildlife Trust is dedicated to conserving threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa to the benefit of all people. ...
9. Experts baffled as malnourished sea lions invade southern California
"Typically in the first three months of the year we'll see between 50 and 80 animals. This year by the end of March we had ...
10. Louisiana Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
Baton Rouge, LA, USA
The Louisiana Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (LAWRA), incorporated in 1997 as a 501(c)(3) conservation-minded non-profit, supports Louisiana's wildlife and provides resources and assistance for wildlife rehabilitators. ...
11. Massachusetts Animal Coalition (MAC)
Westborough, MA, USA
MAC, Inc. is a statewide, not-for-profit organization of animal professionals. It was formed in February of 2000 to help promote collaboration among animal care professionals.
12. Massachusetts Turtle Rescue, Inc.
Springfield, MA, USA
Massachusetts Turtle Rescue, Inc., is incorporated under the State of Massachusetts Department of Corporations (General Laws, Chapter 180), and is recognized by the Federal Government ...
13. Obituary: Pat Derby was world renowned animal activist
She was the first to champion the cause of performing animals, and today, because of her tireless work and fierce determination, most animal protection organizations ...
14. St. Francis Wildlife Association
Tallahassee, FL, USA
St. Francis Wildlife is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of native wildlife in North Florida and South Georgia through rehabilitation and public education ...
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15. Three Ring Ranch Exotic Animal Sanctuary
Kailua-Kona, HI, USA
Hawaii's only accredited(TAOS) Sanctuary for exotic animals. No breeding, promotes no wild animals as pets, life-time home for the creatures, acts as an educational facility, ...
16. Urban Wildlife Rescue
Denver, CO, USA
Urban Wildlife Rescue, Inc., located in Denver, Colo., saves approximately 10-12 thousand lives a year using their "Humane Solutions to Wildlife Problems". They use various ...
17. Wildlife Friends of Thailand
Amphoe Thayang, Thailand
Animal Welfare and Wildlife Conservation projects in Thailand. Sanctuary for rescued wild animals. ...
18. Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc.
KENDALIA, TX, USA
Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (WRR) rescues, rehabilitates, and releases orphaned, injured, and displaced wildlife and provides sanctuary with dignity for non-releasable animals, both native and ...
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19. Wildlife Rescue, Inc. of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM, USA
“To Raise, Rehabilitate, Release, and Educate” is Wildlife Rescue, Inc. of New Mexico’s mission statement. A non-profit organization incorporated in 1980, WRI provides professional compassionate ...
20. WRANPS (Wildlife Rehabilitation and Nature Preservation Society, Inc.)
Long Beach, MS, USA
WRANPS is a wildlife rehabilitation center which was founded on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi in 1983. WRANPS mission is the rehabilitation and release of ...