The Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is located 40 kilometers south of the city of Phnom Penh on National Road 2. The center sits on 2,500 hectares of protected forest, which is a rarity in Cambodia. Nevertheless this forest provides a perfect natural refuge for rescued Cambodian wildlife. The PTWRC is run by the Forestry Administration (FA) of the Cambodian Government but receives great assistance from non-profit groups of animal conservationist organizations in order to provide care and rehabilitation for victims of the illegal wildlife trade. Animal Husbandry Specialists, Nick Marx and Nev Broadis, working for the NGO Wildlife Alliance, help to run the Center. He has been running the Center since January 2002. Nev started work at the Center in 2004 and along with Senior Vet, Nhim Thy, and Field Logistics Coordinator, Vann Mao, the team has been working day and night to care for the rescued animals at the Center.
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