What We Do (CWRA)

  • Teach rehabilitation skills to members and prospective permittees through regular seminars and workshops
  • Partner with the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection  in developing rehabilitator certification exams
  • Educate the public and the media about coexisting with wildlife and helping them resolve distressed and nuisance wildlife problems 
  • Manage a wildlife hotline to assist the community with wildlife issues
  • Inform members about issues affecting rehabilitators and wildlife
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Support What We Do

Our licensed volunteers have regular jobs and pay out-of-pocket for most (if not all) expenses related to wildlife rescue. Help us by supporting the local rehabilitator that assists you.

Become part of our growing network of state-appointed volunteers who help injured and orphaned wildlife. Having a state license is not necessary. Membership is open to everyone; individuals and organizations are encouraged to join.