CROW (Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife)

CROW (Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife)

Eco-Justice OrganizationWildlife Center/Zoo


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The Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW)cares for injured and/or orphaned wild animals and birds in KwaZulu-Natal, and is considered one of the leading rehabilitation Centres in South Africa. The centre aims to rehabilitate these animals and birds so that they may be released back into their natural habitat. Although the centre is only open to school groups during the week, the public can take a guided tour through the Rehabilitation Centre on the last Sunday of every month, starting at 11h00. Skulls and bones of various animals can also be viewed in the Education Centre.

Managing Agency: Private
Type: Environmental Education (and Rehabilitation Centre)
Facilities: Guided tours; Environmental Education centre; Curio shop; Tea garden; Accommodation
Opening Hours: Open to public on last Sunday of every month at 10h30. School tours from Monday to Friday starting at 09h30
Dogs: No

Driving Directions: Take N2 south towards Amanzimtoti. Take Solomon
Mahlangu Drive off-ramp and turn right into Solomon Mahlangu Drive (Edwin SwalesV.C. Drive). Just before Southway Mall, turn left into Titren Road. Travel south on Titren Road and turn right into Sarnia Road at T-junction. Travel north along Sarnia Road for approximately 1.2km and turn left into Coedmore Road. Follow
Coedmore Road under N2 bridge, through suburb of Yellowwood
Park, to CROW.

Travel time (from central Durban): 15 minutes

031 462 1127


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