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Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation

Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation

 

Wildlife management includes the rescue of wild mammals, reptiles and birds which may be injured, or in distress, after wandering into unfamiliar environments, or animals which have been abandoned.

 

Some of these animals are brought to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation (CWR) set up by the National Parks Board.

 

The new CWR is vital to NParks’ community and science-based approach for wildlife management as it:

  • Provides veterinary care and rehabilitation for wildlife, and contributes to conservation of our biodiversity 
  • Builds NParks’ expertise in the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of wildlife, and complements the work of our partners
  • Supports efforts to tackle illegal wildlife trade
  • Enhances our biosurveillance and wildlife research and capabilities
  • Helps in capability and capacity building for the wildlife management industry

 

As Singapore moves towards becoming a City in Nature – a key pillar of the Singapore Green Plan 2030, a national movement to chart our course for sustainable development – this will help to strengthen Singapore’s conservation of our natural heritage.

Last updated on 25 February 2022

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