North Alabama Wildlife Rehabilitators
Rating: 3.67 stars 3 3 reviews 444
PO Box 2305 Huntsville AL 35804 USA
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1 person found this review helpful
I have been working with this group for 10 years. During the last two years every penny that is spent is documented. In the past we, the members, had no control over the Board or the Officers. As members we were not allowed to elect the officers. The board, which were the officers decided on the election of the officers. When we had a REAL election, it was declared void by the existing president because his mother lost the election. We were never given so much as a spread-sheet explaining where the dues were being spent. I can however tell you it is a HUGE relief to be rid of some deadwood. The group is now functioning without dues! We raised and released 145 wildlife animals last year with only five members. We are grateful for the support of the community. The five members work constantly to save and support wildlife.
3 people found this review helpful
It is very sad that MLC1, aka Michael "LEE" Kasmeir or his mother Marilyn Mckelvey wrote such a vicious review. I refuse to air the dirty laundry on this site. The only thing I will say is the bills that were not paid by the prior president and board I thank God my husband and I were able to cover for NAWR. I guess the wildlife does not matter to prior members, I have been a member for 10 years.
Pretty sad. These folks are nothing but a bunch of blood sucking ticks. Probably should find another organization to donate to. Spend fund money for the members instead of the animals. Been there and I know.
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