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Ecuador to Build Wildlife Hospital

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MANABI, Ecuador - Prominent animal rights organization Global Conservation Group announced today that it has plans to construct a state of the art wildlife rehabilitation center in the country. The facility will be in Manabi. The free services will be offered 24/7 to wildlife and stray animals in need of assistance.

Timothy Green, the group's Vice President said in a press release "The lack of medical attention that are afforded to wild animals in South America is severely substandard." Green said "It's important to realize that just as people, animals also need care, which is exactly what we plan to provide them with."

The Global Conservation Group, which already has locations throughout the United States and India say they still need supplies and monetary contributions to make this project a success.

Those who wish to make a donation to the organization's campaign can click the link below. They say all donations from now on will go directly to the Ecuador facility.

Donation Link: www.globalconservationgroup.org/DonateDetails.htm

Checks can also be made out to the "Global Conservation Group" and mailed to "808 Fieldcrest Court, Watertown, WI. 53094"

Anyone that has questions or are interested in volunteering can email info@globalconservationgroup.org

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