The Gail E. Abrams Wildlife Ambassador Conservation Fund was established by the Piedmont Wildlife Center, Inc. to provide funding for the care and management of their Wildlife Ambassadors. All of the Piedmont Wildlife Center educational animals serve as ambassadors for their individual species. All of our ambassadors have permanent homes at PWC. They each came from a rescue situation, most commonly from an owner-surrender. Our raptors were all rehabilitated after obtaining extensive injuries, but deemed non-releasable due to their inability to fly. Each ambassador has an important lesson to teach about wildlife conservation. Through their lessons, they teach citizens how easy it is to help conserve wildlife and our hope is that these lessons get passed on to others. 100% of the money raised for this fund will be used to create a permanent endowed fund that will provide food, care, housing and overall management for the Piedmont Wildlife Center's Wildlife Ambassadors.