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Mission: Community Wildlife Rehabilitation To Release takes in orphaned/displaced, sick and/or injured wildlife in order to rehabilitate them for eventual release. We are a nonprofit organization serving the Metro area. It is our intention to reduce wildlife complications in our communities and to encourage neighbors in various ways to help them to avoid wildlife intrusions in their homes. As well, how to avoid disruptions of the natural wildlife habitats in their own yards. We truly can co-exist peacefully and teach our children the inherent values of nature at the same time.

Results: We are a 501 (c) (3) Tax Exempt Nonprofit Organization CWRTR, PO Box 448, Champlin, MN. 55316

Target demographics: Home Wildlife Rehabilitators All Volunteers Our Communities

Geographic areas served: Metro Area

Programs: Volunteers Learn Valuable Hands On Training We Walk You Through The Process to Obtain Your License Continued Educational Programs Community Outreach For Wildlife Education

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Community Stories

9 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Marla G.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I know Lyn as friend and follow her work through Facebook. I have learned to admire her work as I read and learn what she does. Although I do not personally see what she does and get to view it everyday. I can see her dedication and devotion to what she believes in and that is helping animals. If we all put as much of our heart into our work as Lyn does this would be a much better world. Thumbs up to you Lyn.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I'm friends with Lyn and follow her on Face Book. I also do wildlife rehab so I truly understand how much hard work goes into trying to save the injured and/or raise babies, etc. It can be very rewarding but losing an animal is always hard. I hope to receive animals from Lyn in order to help her to save more. I'm so grateful for what she does and so glad to have a friend to talk to for advice or a pep talk. Keep up the great work Lyn!

1

Board Member

Rating: 5

As more people become aware of Community Wildlife Rehabilitation to Release, more orphaned and injured animals are saved. I have witnessed the tender loving care they receive while under their care, and have seen how their condition improves until they are released.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Lyn makes herself available 24 hours a day. RESCUES and rehabilitates while helping the public solve problems with wildlife. Above and beyond the call to assist even when the animals aren't the kind to make headlines. Thank you for all you do.

1 Renate H.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I had to call on Lyn twice in a short period of time and her response was without hesitation and with the greatest concern and care for the animals involved. It was nice to get updates as the care-lings progressed and were ultimately released. Her service to the community is invaluable and if you asked the ducklings and robin she helped me with, they would tell you she saved their lives! Thank you for all you do Lyn.

1 Patricia25

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

As a new found friend of Lyn's & having lots of wonderful conversations with her I know her dedication to Wildlife & she is in it for all the right reasons.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I have personally seen Lyn in action with her beloved wildlife, and you will never find a more dedicated, passionate server of wildlife. It is a pleasure to me to know that she is alive and well and doing her incredible work every day of the week! Sheila Van Houten, DD, PhD

1 Janice7

Board Member

Rating: 5

When wildlife is hurt or injured in the suburbs, Community Wildlife Rehabilitation is the organization to contact. Truly caring professionals!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

A week ago I found a crow outside of my South MInneapolis home that appeared to have suffered some sore of trauma. It couldn't fly and was very distressed. I called a wonderful volunteer at Community Wildlife Rehabilitation to Release and was able to bring it to them. After a week or so of rehab, they were able to release the crow back to nature. They are a wonderful organization and I was so thankful they could help this bird.