The Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge recently opened their new facility in Navarre, FL after a long 3 year process. While the main Welcome Center and Surgical Building are complete, there are still many needs left to be filled. To help continue fund raising, the ECWR is selling commemorative bricks that will be laid along pathways throughout the campus.
Click Here to learn more about the bricks and to place an order. Bricks have various sizes and may be personalized and cost between $50 and $160.
The mission of the Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge (ECWR) is education, conservation and rehabilitation for the welfare of Florida’s natural fauna. Run by caring staff and dedicated volunteers, the ECWR is a 501(c)3 non-profit with headquarters located on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, FL.
We are supported through the generous donations of local residents and businesses.
ECWR provides wildlife rescue, rehab and environmental outreach to five counties in Northwest Florida. The Refuge rescues thousands of animals a year working closely with local law enforcement, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission and the US Fish and Wildlife Service to protect, treat and release native species. The Refuge also is the lead response team for the Federal Marine Mammal Stranding Network assisting with all marine-mammal strandings from mid-Walton County to the Alabama state line.