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Help, I found a fawn ...

We live on several acres in Western Albemarle in an old-growth forest of massive oak trees, poplars and mountain laurel.  We have always had large dogs and many years ago fenced in our property so that the dogs had plenty of freedom to run and explore in the woods without wandering away or chasing deer.

MVK: Why I Volunteer

Wildlife need advocates - those who help educate, those who inspire others to learn, those who donate their time or dollars to support wildlife organizations, and those who fight for the rights of our wildlife.

Kim: Why I Volunteer

Why do I volunteer at The Wildlife Center? Just as a general rule from a selfish perspective, volunteering seems a good way to get to do interesting things on one's own time for as many or as few hours per week as one might wish.


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