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Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge

Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge's mission is one of education, conservation and rehabilitation for the welfare of Florida's natural fauna, providing wildlife rescue, rehab and environmental outreach to five counties in Northwest Florida. The Refuge rescues thousands of animals a year working closely with local law enforcement, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission and the US Fish and Wildlife Service to protect, treat and release native species.

The Refuge is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. The Refuge is funded through private contributions, memberships, fundraising events, business partners and grants to support their mission.

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Bird on Inlet beach with string on leg/hurt foot. Can anything be done? It has stayed close to us all day
Text 847411 (Tip411) with keyword “FWC” and information about the situation or Call the Wildlife Alert Hotline at 888-404-FWCC (888-404-3922.

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