Caring for over 2,000 wild birds in various species, the Alabama Wildlife Center is the oldest and largest wildlife rehabilitation facility in the state. The nonprofit organization provides medical and rehabilitative care for several of Alabama’s orphaned and injured birds, ensuring that they are able to return to the wild seamlessly and as soon as possible. Visitors are encouraged to visit the center, which was founded in 1977, and get firsthand experience on what is accomplished there. There are several events held at the Alabama Wildlife Center throughout the year including camp programs, baby bird showers, and Owl-o-ween.
100 Terrace Dr, Pelham, AL 35124, Phone: 205-663-7930
Photo: Alabama Wildlife Center
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