Our mission is to safely receive and care for distressed wildlife by providing the highest quality of care we possibly can. We also promote wildlife and its conservation through advocacy and education.
We accomplish our mission throughout the following phases: 1. Rescue - utilizing appropriate capture methods and tools and if needed, restraint techniques in taking distressed wildlife out of the wild. These techniques are used in order to assure the safety of both human and wildlife during its capture and transfer to our wildlife facility.
2. Rear & Rehabilitate - About 90% of the wildlife that are admitted into the sanctuary are orphaned animals that are too young to be fending for themselves in the wild. Each species has its own specific needs in growing up into healthy juveniles and adults. We are knowledgable and are continually educated on the most current research and widely accepted products and feeding techniques from the wildlife rehabilitation community at large throughout the nation. Once the animal has been weaned, it continues its stay at the facility to rehabilitate and gain valuable life skills that are essential to its successful release into the wild.
3. RELEASE - The goal of every patient's stay at the center is its final release back into the wild! This is the most rewarding phase of the journey for both rehabilitator and animal.