Piedmont Wildlife Rehab, Inc., a non-profit 501 (C) (3) formed in 2007 by licensed in-home rehabilitators. We receive no governmental or state funding and rely solely on private donations. Our goals are to relieve suffering in injured wildlife through rehabilitation and assist orphaned babies in a professional manner that prepares them for release back into a natural habitat, capable of reproducing another healthy generation for the environment and our enjoyment. We are committed to sharing the importance of environmental stewardship and encouraging a better understanding or our local wildlife.
PWR is made of a group of wonderful hard working board members and volunteers, too many to name. We thank all of the high school students, college interns, Boy and Girl Scouts and our few but consistent volunteers. We also thank the spouses that allow them to give so much time.
Our rehabilitators continue to learn through additional years of experience as well as yearly refresher courses. Combined, our volunteers have state permits for small mammals and Federal permits for song and migratory birds. We care for approximately 300 animals a year and average answering 10 phone calls per day. Wildlife rehabilitation is a difficult and expensive volunteer job. We love what we do but can only be one link in the chain needed to give injured and orphaned wildlife a second chance at a natural life. Please help us to help them.
Board of Directors
Melissa Coe, President Sue Fields, Vice President of Rehabilitation Kim Santos
Helen Tucker, Vice President of Administration
Helene Coe, Treasurer
Carl Wilson, Secretary