We are licensed by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.
What is wildlife rehabilitation? The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission defines it as follows:
Wildlife rehabilitation is the volunteer practice of providing care and treatment to injured or orphaned wild animals or birds until such time as those animals are at an adequate level of health to be successfully returned to their natural environment. Required care may range from hourly feedings of orphaned animals to veterinary treatment of sick or injured animals. Time and financial requirements for volunteer wildlife rehabilitators can be very demanding, especially in the spring when large numbers of animals, which people mistake as being "orphaned," are found by the public.
If you've found a wild animal you think may be in need of rehabilitation, please call (704)-608-9025 or fill out the contact form below with your concerns.