A brief documentary about the people and wildlife at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and its history of providing lifetime sanctuary to hundreds of exotic animals.
by: Charles Ragsdell, II
Turpentine Creek needs your help providing meat for the cats.
We need $6,000 each month to provide the meat we cannot get for free. Please help. Any monthly amount you send goes a long way to keeping our cats well-fed and happy.
Thanks for helping us keep the 'food wagon' filled.
Kelly Jo Carroll (KJ) grew up in Clarence Center, New York. She studied Environmental Science with emphasis on Animal Science at the State University of New York at Buffalo, graduating in 2010 with her B.S. degree. While in college, KJ became a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in Tonawanda, New York, working for Erie County's Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). With them for approximately five years, she helped rehab birds of prey, rabbits, opossums, etc.
KJ first joined the TCWR team in spring, 2011, completing a 7 month internship. She then interned on the Big Island of Hawaii at San Diego Zoo Global's Hawaii Endangered Bird Conservation Program (HEBCP), helping to prevent the extinction and promoting the recovery of Hawaii’s most threatened native birds. This internship ended in February, 2012, after which KJ was hired as a member of our Educational Programs staff.