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Forest Animal Rescue


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Happy Thanksgiving!

We are thankful all year long for our volunteers, sponsors and donors. Today is a good day to let you know how much we appreciate your friendship and support. Together,…
Animal Warriors

More help coming to build!!

One of our favorite groups to work with, Animal Warriors, will be working with us again on Sunday October 14! They have helped us to build fencing in the extreme…
Wendy capuchin monkey

Wendy’s story of starting over

Take it from Wendy and her family: Just when it seems like you’re all alone, That no one will find you – abandoned in a cage, The power and water…


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Wild Animal Sanctuary

and Educational facility
Meeting the needs of wild animals in dire situations

When native wild animals are injured or orphaned, licensed rehabilitators restore them to health and release them back where they were found - when possible. With the never-ending development in Florida, animals are often found in places that inappropriate for their eventual release. That's where we come in.
Since 1998, Forest Animal Rescue has worked with wildlife rehabilitators across the state of Florida to provide safe, protected land for the release of native wildlife. In the absence of human interference, they can re-acclimate to life in the wild on their own terms.

COORDINATING FOR THE RescUE OF Captive Wildlife from Abuse or Exploitation

Captive wild animals that have been confiscated by authorities, used in research, abandoned to starve or have been attempted pets that failed because of their wild nature - they require lifelong care at an accredited sanctuary

Rehabilitation and Release of Wild Black Bears

Orphaned or injured wild bear cubs are nurtured and rehabilitated with minimal human interaction so that they learn to thrive on their own and can be released back into the wild.


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