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C.A.R.E. at 09/06 Meeting PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Muir   
Thursday, December 6 2007
CARE shows a gator We were very fortunate to have friends from Central Florida’s own C.A.R.E. Foundation bring smiling examples of their organization’s conservation work.  Click here to view the exciting photos from this visit in our Image Gallery. The CARE Foundation serves two functions, that of a Wildlife Sanctuary and that of an Educational Facility. Each of these has a specific set of goals.

As a Wildlife Sanctuary, The CARE Foundation:
  • Provides a safe and permanent home for non-domestic, non-releasable animals.
  • Provides a hands-on learning environment for those interested in careers in animal care and handling.
  • Provides a resource center aiding those already faced with issues concerning captive wildlife.
  • Networks with other like-minded wildlife facilities to help place and care for exotic animals in need of a home.

As an Educational Facility, The CARE Foundation:
  • Provides Educational Wildlife Programs for school children, civic groups, boy's and girl's clubs, time-share resorts, tour groups and family functions.
  • Provides Educational Displays for Corporate Events, Conventions, Trade Shows and Community Events.
  • Conducts Educational Lectures for Hunter's Education Courses to stress the importance of Ethical Hunting and Conservation.
Last Updated ( Saturday, December 29 2007 )
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