Save The Wildlife's mission statement reads: To
nurture the appreciation for wildlife, encourage responsible stewardship of the Earth, provide the means and demonstrate how
everyone can be part of the solution in the crusade to save our natural planetary habitat.
How do we accomplish this? Through wildlife education, research, participation, facilitation and sponsorship. Save
The Wildlife was founded in 1984 to meet the needs of growing injured and orphaned wildlife in Central Florida. Now our non-profit
organization is dedicated to wildlife preservation through environmental education and research.
Vision: Every person needs the opportunity to appreciate the place where wilderness lives within our spirit, to touch
it, honor it and preserve it.
Our Mission: Diversity in Unity. Nurture appreciation of wildlife,
encourage responsible stewardship of the earth and to demonstrate how everyone can be a part of the solution.
Purpose: Provide programs relating our human connection to the environment, in the chain of life, and on Earth in
both the Physical and Spiritual form.
Our Goal: Making a difference here on Earth for future generations.
After spending years
of work caring for injured and orphaned wildlife we realized that rehabilitation efforts were just a "band-aid"
solution in the realm of actually saving wildlife and environment.
Our continuing dedication is to the preservation of all wildlife, wildlife habitat and our habitat Planet Earth.
Our organization is changing, we've moved to a new area to a college town with the University I have been
wanting to be near for Years! This college is wonderful, a veterinarian school and has a large interest in animals
and research. Along with this advantage there is a wonderful opportunity for people to do research projects earning
Another new exciting development is our utilizing the World Wide Web now
for our programs. And, a wonderful advantage to home school teachers. We know there is a lot we can
bring with new technology our programs can go any where now via the web offering much more diverse style to present to
Teachers and Students.
Our environment and wildlife habitat is like a finely spun spider web. If you
break or tear away one strand then another, it weakens the whole structure. We must safe guard those golden strands that keeps
life flowing or we create a domino effect that continues to degrade our planet.
founder has been involved with wildlife rehabilitation work since she was a child. Now dedicated to preservation thru environmental
education and Wildlife Research, she now travels the country with her presentations and seminars, the fascinating program's
feature sharing life experiences with wildlife and the environment. Joining her is "Hollie", the resident Bald Eagle
"Angie", the Red Tail Hawk, "Phoenix" a Great Horn Owl and other wildlife Ambassador's. Unable to
survive in the wild due to permanent injuries, they provide a wonderful opportunity for an up close look and personal experience.