for life


those in need

Find your inner power by helping those in need

On facebook @EastCoastWildlifeRehab
You can watch us in action on our youtube channel " 911 Wildlife Rescue"
We will be posting videos weekly on all of our adventures.

East Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is located in Port Orange, Florida. We currently hold a Class II & III State Wildlife Permit and a Federal Permit for all avian species. We are dedicated to the rehabilitation of all Florida’s orphaned and injured wildlife. Our mission is to release all successful rehabbed animals back into the wild. We are a 501c3 nonprofit, animal welfare organization. Your donations go directly to the rehabilitation of our native wildlife.


the silent

Sherrie Wentworth

The loving mastermind behind this project.

Hope in Action

  • Complete operating room, with stainless steel caging. 
  • The only wildlife clinic holding all native wildlife permits in the county.
  • Wooden 100' aviary for large raptors.
  • Educational outreach programs

After 20 years of saving wildlife on her own Sherrie Wentworth started East Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in 2012. Since then, she has taken in over 7,000 animals. We are happy to say almost all were returned back to nature and their families.

Meet Our Team

P.O. Box 290074 Port Orange FL 32129-0074 US

​(386) 334-2237

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Dr. Kelly Long

Compassionate and well-educated. We are lucky to have him on our team.

Our Mission

East Coast Wildlife Rehab

  • Compassionate, knowledgeable, staff and volunteers.
  • The largest wildlife clinic in Volusia and Flagler Counties.
  • Specializing in Birds of prey and Sandhill Cranes. 
  • From Bald Eagles to snakes and everything in-between. We do it all.

Please help  support as we get no State or Government funding. We need medicines, food, and money for supplies. Thank you for taking the time to come visit us at ECWRC.

Dr. Kim Castro

Our main Wildlife Veterinarian. An amazing person passionate, and knowledgeable. 

Help Out

You love helping animals.
So do we.

East Coast Wildlife Educational & Conservation Center

The clinic will also take in all donated exotics and give them a forever home. Every animal at the center will have an engraved plaque with the name of the individual or business that donated the animal and it’s history of how it became part of our program.

Urgent Projects