If you’ve found an animal and are reaching out to a rehabilitator or facility, please follow all physical distancing and CDC guidelines as well as any additional requests the rehabilitator may have to help keep everybody safe and healthy during COVID-19.

If you are a rehabilitator, stay up to date with the latest information and guidelines from the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association and the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council.

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We support wildlife rehabilitation efforts in the region through education, recruitment, and direct rehabilitation support.

WRR members include licensed rehabilitators who care for orphaned and injured wildlife in their homes; volunteers; supporters; and community members who support our mission.

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Upcoming events


Join us online for an interactive webinar for those interested in learning more about becoming a wildlife rehabilitator, those working towards their permit, or volunteers in the field! This workshop will cover a variety of topics including orphaned mammal and avian care; exam and triage; permitting and regulations; and more.

Attendees will receive a handout booklet and certificate of attendance that can be used towards continuing education requirements for a wildlife rehabilitation permit.

SEPTEMBER 19, 2020
10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Lead by Katherine Belisle, DVM and master wildlife rehabilitator Gail Buhl who combined have over 50 years of experience in wildlife rehabilitation.

Registration deadline September 1, 2020.  Registration closed.

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Interested in rehabilitating wildlife?
Learn more about the permitting process.

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