Arnold's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Inc.
- New Animal Care Facility:
Due to the efforts of our volunteers and community support, we have completed our new building to house our triage, feed room, food
prep area and reception area with public bathroom. Please, visit our
animal care facility page
We now offer a Rabies Clinic.
Dr. Lee Corbridge is offering a rabies clinic every month.
All proceeds go to the wildlife center. Get your animals vaccinated now and help the wildlife center too.
Call 863-763-4630 for more information.
Sue was recently awarded the National Conservation Award for the
D.A.R. (Daughters of the American Revolution) for her dedication to preserving
the natural recourses of our country and wildlife.
Bari Fischer, one of our volunteers, ran the 26 mile Paris Marathon (yes, in
Paris, France) in the name of the wildlife center. All of the money
collected has gone into our building fund. AWRC is definitely growing
towards our goal to be able to rehabilitate all the animals that come to us
right here with the proper housing and equipment!
Our Annual Open House will be the first Saturday in November of every year. It is a
special fundraiser and a time for the people of the community and the area
we cover, to come out and visit and see their efforts, as well as ours, at
work. There are always special events that day, as well as educational
presentations, wildlife viewing on our Nature Trail, with over 32 different
species of animals to see, dinners, a petting zoo for the youngsters, and
this year, hopefully, alligator wrestling by our Seminole Indian "gator"