The Wild Animal Rehabilitation Center of East Carolina

Location:

1312 Old Cherry Point RdNew BernNorth Carolina28560United States View Map

Phone:

(252) 638-4646
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Description:

The Wild Animal Rehabilitation Center of East Carolina (WildARC) is a non-profit, tax exempt organization dedicated to the care and preservation of native wildlife. Providing services for Craven and surrounding counties, The WildARC of East Carolina is both an acute care center for injured and sick wildlife and a nurturing center for orphaned wildlife too young to exist on their own. The WildARC of East Carolina operates as a temporary refuge for wildlife, as The WildARC's goal is not to make pets of them, but to release the animals back into their native habitat healthy, wild and free. The WildARC of East Carolina was founded with the following mission: The WildARC of East Carolina provides the citizens of eastern North Carolina with a place for the professional care of injured, sick or orphaned wildlife with the goal of returning them to the wild. Through the rehabilitation of native wildlife, the presentation of educational programs, and the creation of positive interactions with animals, The WildARC enhances the community's relationship with its natural environment. The WildARC of East Carolina conducts its mission through the following : 1. The diagnosis and treatment of the animals' problems by licensed rehabilitators and a local veterinarian who donates his services. 2. The providing of proper shelter and care until the animal has regained its health.

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