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Mission Statement

A. To provide a wild animal facility for the rescue, treatment, and release of sick, injured, and orphaned native wildlife and other waterfowl; B. To educate the public about and to promote understanding of the local wildlife and their habitats; C. To increase awareness of and appreciation for the value of wildlife and the environment, and to protect these natural resources. D. To promote the highest standards in all activities of the wildlife rehabilitator profession; E. To promote networking, communication, and cooperation among rehabilitators, wildlife organizations, and facilities on local, statewide, and national levels.


Carolina Waterfowl Rescue is run by federally licensed migratory bird rehabilitators specializing in waterfowl and wading birds. We are licensed for all birds but due to time and financial constraints can only accept certain types of birds. We have opportunities for volunteers to work with a variety of species. CWR is an all-volunteer organization.


Average Review 9 reviews

Would you recommend Carolina Waterfowl Rescue?

by Nathan B. from Monore, NC (2014-12-04 08:35:15.0)
I love helping and caring for animals and I believe that it helps people as well
by Jennifer G. from Indian Trail, NC (Administrator for this Organization) (2012-08-19 05:28:37.0)
This is a group of very caring folks who love animals - we'd love to have you join our team of all volunteers!
by nancy r. (2010-11-07 09:11:35.0)
If you love birds, then this is the place for you. Everyone who works here is dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of these beautiful and majestic creatures. It is very rewarding to be able to help them heal, and return back to their habitat.
by Pat H. (2010-11-03 06:10:30.0)
Carolina Waterfowl Rescue offers all animal lovers an opportunity to care for our beautiful feathered friends, many of which have been injured, orphaned, or neglected. It is amazing to witness their willingness to place their trust in us as we work toward their rehabilitation.