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Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Of Northern Utah

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animals, Arts & Culture, Environment, Museums, Natural Resources Conservation & Protection, Wildlife Preservation & Protection

Mission: Treating, rehabilitating & releasing injured, sick & orphaned wildlife while educating the general public

Results: In our first ten years (started in 2009) we have helped over 23,000 wild animals

Target demographics: Wildlife from Hummingbirds to Eagles and Chipmunks to Beaver

Direct beneficiaries per year: In 2018 we took in 2,513 Sick, injured and orphaned wild animal patients giving them a 2nd chance to be wild and free! As of Oct 2019, we've already taken in over 2,800 ijured animals

Geographic areas served: Northern Utah

Programs: Treating, rehabilitating & releasing injured, sick/orphaned wildlife.

treating, rehabilitating & releasing injured, sick and/or orphaned wildlife

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1 Story from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Buz M.

Board Member

Rating: 5

WRCNU is the only wildlife rehabilitation center in Northern Utah and the largest Center in the state. They are federally and state licensed as required by law to treat, care for and then release wildlife back into the wild. As of October 2019, they have treated a total of 23,839 animals in slightly more than 10 years of operation. Hummingbirds to Eagles and Chipmunks to Beaver, the small staff and volunteers do an amazing job of "Rehabilitation, Education, and Release!" Buz Marthaler, Co-founder / Chair