Atlantic Cares Returns to The Ark Wildlife Care and Sanctuary
Written By
James Crichlow
May 22, 2020

Atlantic Cares Returns to The Ark Wildlife Care and Sanctuary

Back in December Our Team member Teresa spent time volunteering at The Ark Wildlife Rescue and Sanctuary helping with the animals. Just recently Teresa shared the experience with friends.  

This is the Photo Essay from their adventure.

Weston Greene investigates an Otter.

Cheryle Lackowski of All Florida Trucking came along and fed a fawn!

Mila Lackowski took some time at the farm to feed a fawn as well.

Cailah Greene and her son Weston enjoyed time feeding a fawn.

Our Teresa Peterson said hello to Porkchop, one of the stars of the sanctuary. "He is normally in the yard running around, he thinks he is a dog.  Now, he has to stay in the pen because his tusk has gotten too big."

After spending time visiting and feeding the animals, the volunteers spent time doing the hard work. They went on to clean several animal pens, and placing them in storage containers as well as cleaning many deer stalls.

Teresa works hard cleaning animal pens.

About Atlantic Logistics

Atlantic Logistics provides truckload and partial service on flatbeds, stepdecks, lowbeds, vans, and reefers throughout the United States and Canada. Moving over-dimensional/over-weight freight with specialized equipment, Atlantic Logistics is an approved Department of Defense and General Services Administration broker, qualify as a woman-owned business, and are members of the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA), the Transportation Marketing & Sales Association (TMSA),the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), the National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA.)

About The Ark Wildlife Care and Sanctuary

"We provide care, treatment, and shelter to orphaned, surrendered and/or injured wildlife and provide a permanent haven for animals which cannot be returned to their native habitat. The ultimate goal is the humane rescue and rehabilitation of said wildlife and their release back into their native surroundings."

"We are not nuisance control or animal trappers and therefore do not trap or remove wildlife under most circumstances."

Visit here to learn more.

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