Treasure Coast Wildlife Center
wildlife recovery - human discovery.
At Treasure Coast Wildlife Center (TCWC) we are here to serve as caretakers for the community’s wildlife through the combined efforts of rehabilitation and public education. At TCWC, we seek to establish compassion for nature that will assure the future of Martin County’s unique habitat systems and wildlife.
Who we are
The Treasure Coast Wildlife Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation, dedicated to the preservation of wildlife and the conservation of natural habitats. We are not a government agency. All funding for our efforts comes from public and private grants and from concerned people thoughout the community.
Our goals and purposes include the rehabilitation and return to the wild of sick, injured and orphaned animals, as well as educational services for the public at large. Founded by Jean Henry and Ruth Stanwood in 1974, the Treasure Coast Wildlife Hospital serves Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, and Palm Beach counties.