Wildlife populations have decreased drastically in the past 40 years. Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre has seen an increase in admissions in injured and orphaned wildlife due to humans. Our admissions are increasing yearly and we need funds in order to continue to supply medical care to wildlife. Admissions of animals hit by vehicles, attacked by cats and dogs, sick and injured from pollution and garbage.
Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre saves over 5,000 wild animals every year. We help to rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife, every year our admission numbers increase and we need funds to keep our centre operating. A donation towards our target goal means more animals can be saved everyday and we can keep staff at our facility to help raise orphans and care for injured wildlife.