wildlife rescue refuge sanctuary
Copyright © 2014,Genesis Zoological Center Inc.
Bottle feeding a baby Siberian Tiger.
Permanently injured Red shoulder
We are a small 501(C)(3) non-profit
Zoological and wildlife rehabilitation
facility licensed by the USDA, Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, US Department of
Interior and US Fish and Wildlife
Service.  We have been rehabilitating
native wildlife since 1989. The center
proudly presents  endangered
species such as the Florida Panther
and Siberian Tigers.
Genesis Zoological Center Inc.
Genesis Zoological &
Wildlife Rescue
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wildlife rescue refuge sanctuary
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Feeding an orphaned Racoon
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Animal in Need?
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Releasing a rehabilitated hawk and barn owl.
The rescue center also hosts native wildlife, such
as Birds of Prey, Opossums, Raccoons, and many
others. Wildlife rehabilitation work helps to return
many injured and orphaned wildlife back to the
wild. It also helps to educate people on the need to
protect our wildlife and there habitat. We operate
strictly on donations and with the help of
volunteers. Without the help of the public none of
this would be possible. Help us help them. The
Center is open to the public Friday
Sunday from 10am - 4pm. A $2.00 donation is
requested for admittance, all of which goes to feed
the animals. Anything extra is greatly appreciated.