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Located inside the Oak Mountain State Park is the Alabama Wildlife Center, a wildlife rehabilitation center. It is established in 1977 in Birmingham, but in 1987, the current site was donated to the center by the state of Alabama, moving them to Pelham.

The Alabama Wildlife Center started out in the late 1970s when the Birmingham Zoo zookeeper Anne Miller decided to form an all-volunteer organization. They immediately started to rescue and rehabilitate native Alabama wildlife, and within just a decade, their efforts were noticed, which led to the said state donation above.

Like always, the Alabama Wildlife Center treats and takes care of injured and orphaned wildlife. It handles up to 2500 animals each year. Most of the animals are put on display, while the others can be viewed through one way mirrors.
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