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I took an unconscious young crow to Wildcare after it flew into my rear window. They ex-rayed it, determined that the bones were too weak for the bird to recover, and euthanized it. They saved the poor thing from days or weeks of suffering.
Visited this rescue park today. It was very nice. Hidden away behind a jungle like entrance are wild animals that for one reason or another can’t be returned to the wild. Several birds and a few mammals, plus an educational area inside with a few...More
After crossing the bridge over the creek (tidal), one enters "the Courtyard" where the "Ambassador Animals" live. These are animals who have been rescued but, for one reason or another, are unable to be returned to the Wild. There are more than a dozen enclosures...More
Wildcare will take in any wild animal that is hurt or got lost in the urban jungle. After the critter is well and able to return to the wild it is released in an appropriate area. If it is unable to be released it will...More
I've taken my children here lots of times and they have always enjoyed it. Later in life they both volunteered here. The staff, both paid and volunteers are compassionate and devoted. There are interesting convalescing animals here and something to learn each time. Just a...More
Excellent cause! Hard to review as this place is definitely not a typical tourist spot. A lot of effort has been vested to maintain the place and the staff are all very friendly. The animals and birds are in small enclosures as they were mostly...More
This place does amazing, compassionate acts for all kinds of animals. It's filled with wonderful volunteers and staff that really care, and work tirelessly to help our little (some not so little) friends.
A great place to volunteer your time if you love animals and...More