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The Wildlife Center


category : Wildlife Refuges
Clinic for orphaned and injured native wildlife, plus educational facility to foster appreciation of Alabama's creatures. View rehabilitation process of various raptors, mammals, birds and reptiles.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open 9-5.
Address: 100 Terrace Dr., Oak Mountain State Park
Phone: 205-663-7930
Fax: 205-682-6867
Our Website:www.awrc.org

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