To provide the best practices medical care to all species of sick, injured, and orphaned Bats. To create an environment that educates and inspires the general public to accept Bats and other native fauna as part of our lives.

We do not inherit the world from our Ancestors—-We borrow it from our Children. (Kenyan Proverb)

Wildlife Facts:

Many hours of training go into caring for wildlife. Wild birds and mammals require specialized treatment, care and diets for a successful release.

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