Florida Wildlife Hospital

You Can Help




The Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary is a non-profit organization that cares for hundreds of hungry baby birds, mammals, and reptiles who are sick, injured or abandoned and return them to the wild. The organization receives no state or federal funding and exists solely on donations from members and the general public

Donation Wish List                                                           

  • Baby Food                                                    
  • Paper Towels                                                      
  • Trash Bags
  • Bird Seed
  • Publix Gift Certificates

A more extensive wish list can be found on their website www.FloridaWildlifeHospital.org.

If you are interested in donating your time training is provided for those who wish to volunteer. The opportunities range from direct animal contact activities like feeding orphaned wildlife to support activities, such as, cage building, preparing diets, shopping, fund-raising and yard maintenance. Currently there is a need for an experienced grant writer. If interested call 321-254-8843 or stop by The Florida Wildlife Hospital 4500 North US Highway 1 Melbourne.
 

 

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