|Description||The Hellenic Wildlife Hospital is the first and largest Wildlife Care Center of the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean region and one of the few Worldwide Centers that treat all wildlife species. It started its activity in 1984, and in 1990 it was formed in the form of a non-profit civil society, based in Aegina.
During its 30 years of uninterrupted operation, it had more than 170,000 cases from all over Greece. Nowadays, approximately 2000 wild animals are on their premises in Aegina, most of them birds which belong to rare species. EKPAZ has an all-over Greece reach and operates through a wide network of Volunteers, First Aid Stations, Associate Veterinarians, Environmental Organizations and Animal Welfare Associations.