Wildlife Rescue Centre rescues and rehabilitates wildlife

You are here

Wildlife Rescue Centre - Armenia

From brown bears to wolves, we are looking to rescue and rehabilate Armenian wildlife. Our new enclosure is located in Armenia's Caucasus Wildlife Refuge (CWR), a privately protected area managed by the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC).

The new Wildlife Rescue Centre (WRC) will rescue native captive wildlife in Armenia, including wolves, leopards, bears and lynx, giving them a brighter future and where any injured wild animals can have treatment and be released, the less fortunate captive animals will be treated and found permanent homes in sanctuaries.

The new enclosure will be used to assess and provide veterinary care to animals who may have suffered injury as a result of nature or by human actions. The team will then provide appropriate veterinary treatment during the animals 'stay' at the WRC and upon the animals full recovery, the team will identify and provide a dedicated plan to either release the animal back into the wild or organise the sage passage to a suitable facility where the animal can live out the rest of its life with the care it requires.

How you can help


If you wish to support our work in person, we run volunteer trips worldwide suitable for those with veterinary training as well as non-vets.


Make a donation

If you are unable to volunteer, please consider instead supporting our work by making a donation. Every penny helps.