February 18, 2022 By guest blogger and photographer Elaine Mathis Did you know songbirds are the most common Carolina Wildlife Center patient? In 2021 the Center gave 2,022 of these little serenaders a second chance. Songbirds are all around us bringing joy to those who take time to pay attention. Birdwatching is an uncomplicated hobby. […]
Join birdwatchers of all ages in the Great Backyard Bird Count February 18-21, 2022.
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Animals in Need of Care – WLTX
Learning to live with wildlife can sometimes be challenging – but it doesn’t have to be. Each animal has a role to play on this earth, and Carolina Wildlife is helping animals in need to get back to their natural habitat, while educating the public about why our balance with nature is so important.
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