CROW - Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife
  • Who is CROW, Life Inside South Africa's Longest Serving Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre - VLOG#1

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    Meet some of our patients and staff at CROW - Center for Rehabilitation of Wildlife. In this our first vlog we will introduce you to CROW and a few of our young animals undergoing rehabilitation. Going forward we will be vlogging the daily life at CROW taking you along with us as we rescue and release over 4000 wild animals every year. You will experience the ups and downs of the sometimes long journey of the rehabilitation program and get to meet Londiwe Kunene our Education Officer who will teach you all about our natural wonders of our world.

    We have been serving South Africa's wildlife for the last 39 years and are Kwa-Zulu Natal's largest and only Wildlife Rehabilitation Center fully permitted to work with all indigenous species. CROW also works alongside EKZN Wildlife (our provincial conservation body), we are NSPCA accredited and a proud member of the IWRC.

    Over the last four decades, we have rescued over 180,000 wild animals and offered them a second chance and a free and wild life. CROW is an NPO and receives no funding from the government. CROW is 100% reliant on donations from the public. To find out how you can support visit our website

    Thank you to Brice Broom for helping us with the filming and editing of this first vlog. Show less
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    • Eko Ondersoek Stainbank Zebras - Duration: 11 minutes.

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      The Kenneth Stainbank Nature Reserve is only 15km from the busy city centre of Durban, founded as a nature reserve in 1967 and now a refuge for a multitude of wildlife. One of the most frequently s...
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