Supporting Wildlife and Animal Welfare


The Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW)

CROW is one of South Africa’s longest serving wildlife rehabilitation centres committed to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of all injured and orphaned wildlife in the KwaZulu-Natal province. Every year, CROW provides life-saving care and treatment to over 3000 wild animals in distress before returning them to the wild.

With each passing year the growing need for CROW's services are on the rise. For their 2015 / 2016 Baby Season (September - March each year), the CROW team rescued over 2000 wild animals in distress, making it one of the busiest seasons in the organisation’s history!

CROW is a registered non-profit organisation and is 100% reliant on donations from the public for its survival. Fundraising initiatives such as Under an African Sky’s annual calendar campaign therefore plays a crucial role in raising much needed funds for CROW’s ongoing work.

On behalf of the animals CROW serves, thank you for supporting the 2017 ‘Reflections of Africa’ calendar campaign and helping to give wild animals, in distress, a second chance. To learn more about CROW and how you can support their work, please visit

CROW’s Mission
CROW is committed to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of injured and orphaned wildlife and believes in action and education with regards to the protection of all natural resources.

The Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW)

15A Coedmore Ave, Yellowwood Park, Durban, South Africa 4011
PO BOX 53007, Yellowwood Park, Durban, South Africa, 4011
Tel: +27 (31) 462 1127
Fax: +27 (31) 462-9700