WildCare Oklahoma: Oklahoma's Own Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Uplifting music plays. Video of various animal patients from this year are shown throughout the video in exams and in enclosures onsite including owls, raccoons, beaver, bat, opossum, skunk, fox, vulture, ducks, coyotes, turtle, snake, hawks, bobcat, heron, and cottontails.
CFC Video Transcript, WildCare Foundation
Oklahoma's own wildlife rehabilitation center since 1984. Since 1984, over 100,000 wild animals have passed through our doors. WildCare has helped 240 different animal species. Our mission is to provide people a place to bring native wildlife struggling to survive with the goal of releasing healthy individuals back to nature. WildCare has 25--850 patients in care at any given time and is open to admit new patients 365 days a year. WildCare is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and operates entirely on donations. Individual contributions from generous donors provide the financial resources that give these animals a second chance at life. Be a Wildlife Hero. Donate to WildCare, CFC $57195, (405) 872-9338, [email protected]oma.org