Save the life of an orphaned or injured animal.

The Peril of Red Eared Sliders

carolinawildlife | Uncategorized | No Comments
We’re often confronted with pet owners looking to re-home their Red Eared Slider Turtles. This comes as no surprise as RES are often illegally presented and sold as adorable little...

It’s a Baby Shower!

carolinawildlife | Events | 2 Comments
Our season has started early, and the babies are here. Join us for our annual Baby Shower to help us get ready for the hundreds and hundreds  of wildlife babies...

Coming Together as One for Wildlife

carolinawildlife | Uncategorized | No Comments
Spring is here, and with it comes the annual conundrum: How can we reconcile decreased donation levels with the need to care for the thousands of animals — many of...

An old scout learning new tricks

carolinawildlife | Uncategorized | No Comments
I have been the “new” Executive Director here at Carolina Wildlife Center for the past five months. I still use the word “new” because I have discovered that things around...