National Wildlife Humane Society

aka Top Of The Rock Wildlife Sanctuary   |   Witts Springs, AR   |  http://www.humanewildlife.org

Mission

National Wildlife Humane Society (NWHS) is a non-profit wildlife conservation organization working to preserve and protect threatened and endangered species by providing programs and places.
 

Top Of The Rock Wildlife Sanctuary is a place for animals to live in comfort and humane caregiving. Top Of The Rock has been caring for specialized non-native wildlife since 1990. Top Of The Rock is a No Buy, No Sell, No Breed, No Exhibit sanctuary. The wildlife residents at our facility are not utilized for any commercial agenda whatsoever.

We also interface with our global wildlife field conservation allies, and governmental bodies, in the interest of non-captive wildlife and wild habitat.

Our goal is to share our vision of a world where wildlife is respected and protected as fellow life forms.

Ruling year info

1999

Principal Officer

Mr. Patrick Webb

Main address

2488 W Highway 16

Witts Springs, AR 72686

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Formerly known as

Cougar Hill Sanctuary Association

EIN

62-1797381

NTEE code info

Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) (D20)

Wildlife Sanctuary/Refuge (D34)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Wildlife Sanctuary

National Wildlife Humane Society's primary program is the wildlife rescue and sanctuary. To maintain the wildlife that is rescued in a safe and comfortable environment. As a Humane Society for wildlife, we endeavor to either provide rescue at our facility, or if no space is available, seek out shelter at other facilities. We have plentiful access to free and/or low cost feed and no salaried personnel, but we can always use financial assistance in expansion and upkeeNo Sell, No Breed, No Exhibition. The wildlife here are NOT used for any commercial exploitation whatsoever.

Population(s) Served

NWHS assists numerous conservation organizations working in the field in remote wild places around the world. These field allies work in wildlife research, preservation and protection. Field allies also interface with the indigenous people in these remote wild habitats to educate and provide a better quality of life to lessen the impact between humans and wildlife. Please explore our allies specific information pages at our NWHS website.

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National Wildlife Humane Society

Board of directors
as of 6/12/2012
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Patrick D. Webb

NWHS President & Sanctuary Director

Patrick Webb President/Treasurer

Sanctuary Director

Leon Rhodes Secretary

Accountant

Doug Mays At Large Member

Attorney

Karen Webb At Large Member

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