Each year, we receive and care for approximately 3,000 animals, from tiny Ruby-throated Hummingbirds and flying squirrels to foxes, deer and Bald Eagles. Feathered, furred or scaled, they will all have a second chance to live wild and free.
Our wildlife hospital and rehabilitation facility is located on 35 secluded acres of forest, fields and ponds, four miles northwest of Havana, Florida. We have all the required permits from the U.S Fish & Wildlife Service and Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission to possess and rehabilitate wildlife and to display non-releasable wildlife for the purposes of public education.
The St. Francis Wildlife Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of native wildlife in north Florida through the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife, and through public education.
1. Wildlife Rehabilitation
- Rehabilitate sick, injured, and orphaned native wildlife for eventual return to their natural habitats
- Instill an appreciation and a respect for all living creatures and the natural environments we share
- Promote a life-long stewardship ethic that empower citizens to preserve what remains of natural Florida through action-based programs
- Increase students' basic competencies in science and other disciplines
- Provide an educational resource to the community
- Teresa Stevenson, Director and Wildlife Rehabilitator
- Sandy Beck, Education Director
- Ann Lewis, Administrative Assistant
- Kelley Gray, Wildlife Care Technician
- Michelle Osborn, Wildlife Care Technician
- Mary L. Krehely, Wildlife Care Technician
- Jeanne Thayer, Wildlife Care Technician
- Sissy Hosay, Wildlife Rescuer
- Diane Watson, Office Assistant
- Charles Baisden, Maintenance and Repairs
- Robbie Estevez, Wildlife Advocate, Technical Support
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
- Pat Simmons,
- Elenita Gomez, Esq.,
- Barbara Barnett,
- Laura Phipps
- John L. Brennan III, Esq.
- Judy Gillan
- Mitch Potter, D.V.M.
- Kelly Craft
- Lynn Badger
- Katharine Gossman