Welcome to CROW
Founded over 30 years ago, CROW (Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife) was one of South Africa’s first dedicated wildlife rehabilitation centres. Today, CROW is still Durban’s only registered wildlife rehabilitation centre dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of all indigenous wildlife found in KwaZulu-Natal.
Valentines Day Fundraising Dinner
On behalf of all our animals, we would like to say a big thank you to everyone that attended and helped make our 2014 Valentine’s Day Dinner a huge success!
We are very pleased to announce that with your help, we raised over R32 000 on the evening, every cent of which will go towards helping us provide life-saving care and treatment to injured and orphaned wildlife in 2014.
We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge all of our fantastic sponsors who so generously and willingly helped us with our Valentine’s Day event.
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CROW Welcomes Paul O’Grady as its newest Patron
We are delighted to announce that well known UK Comedian, TV Personality and Radio Presenter, Paul O’Grady is now officially a CROW Patron! Paul visited CROW last year while filming his new documentary “Paul O’Grady’s Wildlife Orphans” which is currently airing on ITV in the UK and features some of our current and past patients including Lily, the Blue Duiker and Wendy, the lovable Warthog. On behalf of the CROW team and all our animals, we would like to thank Paul for his support and welcome him to the CROW family!
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|Order your 2014 African Sentiments Wildlife Calendar Today!
The 2014 African Sentiments wildlife calendar is still available to purchase for only R170 excl. delivery! Published by Under an African Sky, these limited-edition wall calendars feature breathtaking photography by Shane Doyle and Brendan Bromfield and are proudly endorsed by CROW’s Patron and Springbok Hooker, Bismarck Du Plessis.
CROW is honoured to have once again been selected as the sole beneficiary of this incredible fundraising campaign. As Durban’s only registered full primate rehabilitation centre, CROW is delighted to announce that the proceeds of the 2014 calendar campaign will be used to upgrade Crow’s clinical facilities and fund a full time Education Officer in 2014. So don’t delay, get your 2014 calendar today!
To view the magnificent 2014 African Sentiments Calendar please Click Here.