Busch Wildlife Sanctuary
The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is a non profit, educational based care facility for injured animals. We're dedicated to bringing wildlife and people together to develop community awareness of the value of Florida's natural resources.
The concept of the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary began with the incorporation of The Wildlife Rehabilitation and Environmental Education Center in 1983. This non profit organization was established to care for sick, injured and orphaned wild animals, while promoting wildlife and habitat conservation, through a variety of community outreach programs. In 1994, The Peter W. Busch Family Foundation, a non profit corporation, joined forces with the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Environmental Education Center to create the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary.
Today, the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary provides free comprehensive medical and rehabilitative services to injured wild animals under the direction of a staff veterinarian. The ultimate goal is to return the animals to their natural habitats. The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is proud to care for thousands of wild animals each year.
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