• The wildlife rehabilitation centers


The orphaned, sick or injured wild animal arrives at the first aid station to receive the proper care.


Upon completion of care, the wild animal is transferred to special places that resemble its natural environment.


When the wild animal is fully rehabilitated, it is released back to the wild. The release takes place in safe locations, at the appropriate season.

The wildlife rehabilitation centers

The operation of Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers is very important for wildlife protection.

The operation of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers has multiple benefits

  • The care and rehabilitation of the wild animals, especially in the case of rare or endangered species, directly support biodiversity conservation.
  • The process of collecting the wild animal, the identification of the causes of injury, the results of various diagnostic tests, etc. provide valuable scientific data that lead to conclusions, which are necessary to effectively protect wildlife.
  • The networks of volunteers and other collaborators that operate all over the country facilitate the collection of important information, that becomes a valuable tool for both scientists and organizations working on nature conservation issues. 
  • Another quite important aspect is the awareness-raising through wildlife care activities. People are moved and motivated when nature is personified in an injured animal.