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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Alliances & Advocacy, Arts & Culture

Mission: Wildlife Rehabilitation & Release, Inc. has the general purpose of engaging in any lawful activity, including education and assistance to the public about wildlife issues through research and rehabilitation.

Results: WRR's licensed rehabilitators provide treatment and supportive care for thousands of wild animals each year! We help support our members who are licensed wildlife rehabilitators through education, formula/vaccine reimbursement, networking, and veterinary assistance.

Programs: WRR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Some members include licensed rehabilitators who care for orphaned and injured birds, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles in their homes. We serve the community of orphaned and injured wildlife, the community of citizens bringing animals to our attention, and the community of wildlife rehabilitators seeking education and support. We are a group of people who share a common concern for orphaned and injured wildlife.

Community Stories

5 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

Client Served

Rating: 5

This group has helped me many times. They have educated me in whether an animal is truely orphaned or not...they also give me information about rabies which can concern my livestock.

1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

WRR supports in home rehabilitation programs that serve both injured and orphan wildlife. Orphans that by other standards would be euthanized because they couldn't receive 24 hour care and feedings. These orphans are fed/cared by the same pair of eyes that notices the smallest change which can and does impact the rehabilitation and release of that animal. WRR strives with each animal brought in to assess whether it is really orphaned because we know... it isn't how many animals that are admitted...it's how many orphans are prevented. They offer education to licensed rehabilitators and the community.

1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

WRR has been there for the public and for all of us rehabilitators. I highly recommend them.

1 Patricia25

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have had the pleasure of working with many that started WRR & never have seen such dedicated rehabbers doing such good work many on their own nickel...If you love your Wildlife there is no organization more deserving than WRR I have seen it firsthand.

1

Board Member

Rating: 5

I never cease to be amazed at the dedication of this organizations volunteers, wildlife rehabilitators, and supporters. They help ensure that orphan & injured wildlife receives the quality care and rehabilitation that they deserve!