WILDCARE Friends of the Raptor and Wildlife Refuge
We support the work of the Raptor and Wildlife Refuge at Kettering, providing assistance with maintenance of facilities and educational visits. The centre rehabilitates birds of prey that have been injured and releases them back into the wild.
Where we work
The Raptor and Wildlife Refuge is located near Kettering in Tasmania. The site consists of a number of very large flight aviaries, smaller enclosures and an education centre. Part of the site is off-limits to all visitors, with some enclosures available for school groups to view and study raptors. The primary purpose of the site is to rehabilitate injured birds and release them to the wild. The site is not open to the general public.
What we do
We support the work of the Raptor and Wildlife Refuge at Kettering, providing assistance with maintenance of facilities and educational visits. Craig Webb is the mastermind behind the centre, rehabilitating birds of prey that have been injured, and releasing them back to the wild.
Tax deductible donations to the Raptor Rehabilitation and Research can be made here.
President – Craig Webb email@example.com