Group of injured pelicans saved and released back into the wild in South Florida

Media coverage of the SFWC pelican release on January 12, 2022.

South Florida Wildlife Center announces international partnership with the LIPU wildlife recovery center in Rome, Italy

The South Florida Wildlife Center (SFWC), the largest volume wildlife center in Florida and one of the largest in the United States, announced today that it has formed an international partnership with the Wildlife Recovery Center – LIPU (Italian League for the Protection of Birds) in Rome, Italy. 

South Florida Wildlife Center Releases 8 Rehabilitated Pelicans

On Wednesday January 12, the South Florida Wildlife Center released 8 rehabilitated pelicans on Dania Beach. The pelicans had recovered from a variety of physical injuries including fishing line entanglements and internal injuries from swallowing fishing hooks and sharp fish bones.

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South Florida Man Nearly Electrocuted Trying To Reach Bird’s Nest Off Power Line

A man is being treated at JMH’s burn unit after being electrocuted trying to reach a parrot’s nest. Learn more about these parrots from Julie D’Errico, Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator for SFWC.

Feeding Wildlife: What You Should Know

South Florida is a unique place where people from all over prosper, as do the many species of animals who called it home first. However, as the population of humans continues to grow, we find ourselves living amongst our wild neighbors and wanting to find a way to help them since they are so curious … Continue reading Feeding Wildlife: What You Should Know