Welcome to the Alabama Wildlife Center

Making a better world for birds today, tomorrow, and forever!

Join us in our mission to rescue, rehabilitate, and release Alabama’s native wild birds.

Found an injured or orphaned bird?

Call our Wildlife Helpline

(205) 663-7930 | Ext. 1

Our Clinic Can Help

Our Rehabilitation Clinic is dedicated to the rescue,
rehabilitation, and release of injured & orphaned native birds.

If you have found an injured or orphaned bird, learn how our Rehabilitation Clinic can help you!

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Get Involved

Making a difference in the lives of Alabama’s native wild birds is possible. With your help, we can continue to save the lives of our native wild birds.

Your donations are vital to our ability to rescue, rehabilitate, and release Alabama’s native wild birds. We offer several ways for you to contribute financially to our cause.

AWC is a 501(c) nonprofit organization located within Oak Mountain State Park, but operates independently and is not part of the state park system.

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Volunteers can play a crucial role in conserving Alabama’s native wild bird species & their ecosystems.

Volunteering at the Alabama Wildlife Center is a rewarding way to contribute to the well-being of our native wildlife. Whether you’re interested in hands-on animal care or supporting our educational programs, we have a variety of volunteer roles to match your interests and skills.

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Commit to Feathers by Joining Our Flock

Becoming a member of the Alabama Wildlife Center is a fantastic way to support our mission while enjoying exclusive benefits. Our membership program offers various levels to suit your preferences.

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Request a Program

Learn about Alabama’s native wild birds & AWC’s role in wildlife conservation.

AWC’s educational programs are designed to create a greater understanding that each of us is a member of an ecosystem. Our educational mission is focused on building a connection between the people and the wild birds of Alabama. We aim to help educate the public on Alabama’s native wild birds & our role in wildlife conservation.

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