Appalachian Wildlife Refuge will be appearing on the TODAY show tomorrow Wednesday, July 19 between 8:35 and 9:00 a.m. The feature will highlight the work that the nonprofit has been doing all over WNC since its inception in October 2014.
Appalachian Wildlife Refuge provides care for wildlife in crisis, getting the animals of our ecosystem back on their feet to make their essential contributions in the wild. In addition to offering rehabilitation, the organization educates the public about its role in caring for native wildlife — what to do and where to get help when you encounter animals in need.
The TODAY show crew recently paid a visit to Appalachian Wildlife Refuge for filming and interviews, where they learned not just about the organization’s mission but the practical steps that locals can take to find care for injured and orphaned animals. To get the inside scoop, make sure you tune in on Wednesday via local NBC affiliate WYFF.