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.
Spring 2019 Newsletter (9)
By Jay Coles, Exec. Director In our last E-Newsletter in December I reported our end of year intake count of rescued animals. In a side note I expressed our concern regarding the increasing number of raptors that we are receiving each year. I have been with the Center now for four years and the rescue […]
By Josie Seacrist It was a cold winter day. I arrived at the Center, and the idea struck me to get Trinity, our education opossum from her enclosure to keep me company in the office. It would be a nice change for her. I brought her in and after a bit of exploring she found […]
By Ann Yancey Volunteering at Carolina Wildlife Center is among the most rewarding experiences of my life. Unlike the dogs and cats in our municipal shelters, these animals don’t want to come home with me. If they could express this, they would tell us that what they want is to return to their wild lives. […]
On the afternoon of Thursday, June 15th, Carolina Wildlife Center’s Director of Rehabilitation, Julie McKenzie received a phone call from Jennifer Gordon of Carolina Waterfowl Rescue requesting assistance with rescuing native wildlife animals found at a homicide crime scene in Chesterfield County. Julie jumped in her car and drove to Chesterfield where she joined Carolina […]