We are a full wildlife rehabilitation centre permitted through Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife. We specialize in the rehabilitation of injured and/or compromised indigenous wildlife. FreeMe KZN Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre exists to help in the care and rehabilitation of injured and sick wildlife. The original FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre was founded in Gauteng 1997 by rehabilitators who realised there was not enough organised care for injured indigenous wildlife in the suburban areas.
It was when the existing rehabilitators found the growing need for the establishment of a trauma/ rehabilitation facility in the Midlands that they approached FreeMe in Gauteng to set up a FreeMe project in Kwa Zulu Natal. Our office is open 24/7 for admittance of animals or callouts We do run educational talks on a limited basis, booking is essential.
no.1 Dry Mountain Farm,
Longitude: S 29 28.483′
Latitude: E 30 14. 881′