Cause Area

  • Animals
  • Environment


948 MORGAN TRLVIRGINIA BCH, VA 23464 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Enabling people to see and learn how they can help the wildlife in their area, neighborhood, and backyard is our mission - Teaching the Nature of Nurture. The vision of TREE is to promote coexistence between the human and nonhuman societies in Virginia and beyond.


Although Tidewater Rehabilitation and Environmental Education (TREE) was founded in 2017, our founder has been helping injured, orphaned, and displaced wildlife through rehabilitation and foster care as well as providing assistance to the public through education programs since 1992.
Our programs include:

  • Rehabilitation Services: helping hundreds of native wild animals every year, TREE currently receives an average of over 500 patients a year. In 2022, 80 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians were taken into care. TREE is the only local rehabilitation organization that consistently works with all species of predatory birds, and has also helped local businesses with raptors trapped in buildings.
  • Red Fox Project: a community program that provides citizens with the tools needed to help capture fox that are affected by sarcoptic mange mites and other skin infections and get them into the care. This program has helped dozens of people and fox since its start.
  • Education Programs: our volunteers attend events such as the Winter Wildlife Festival, Earth Day events, and many other events to help promote coexistence with wildlife and help the public find solutions and answer their questions about the wildlife they interact with. TREE visits local schools, groups, and businesses to help spread the word about wildlife and how the public can help.


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