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Professional Organizations in Wildlife Rehabilitation



NWRA:  
National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association

IWRC: International Wildlife Rehabilitators Council


  • National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association

     

    "The National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association is an organization for people concerned about wildlife. Primarily structured for active rehabilitators, the NWRA also attracts professional wildlife personnel, conservationists, educators, naturalists, researchers, veterinarians, people from zoos and humane societies, and many others interested in improving our knowledge of wild animals and in assuring the survival of wildlife. The NWRA is incorporated solely for the support of the science and profession of wildlife rehabilitation and its practitioners.

     

    Its purposes are:

    1. To foster continued improvement of the profession of wildlife rehabilitation through the development and regulation of high standards of practice, ethics, and conduct

    2. To disseminate knowledge through meetings, reports, publications, symposia and other means

    3. To engender cooperation of professional and governmental agencies and other groups with the wildlife rehabilitation community."

  • For more information and to become a member, contact:

    NWRA Central Office
    National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA)
    2625 Clearwater Rd, Suite 110
    St. Cloud, Minnesota 56301
    Daytime Phone  (320) 230-9920      Fax  (320) 230-3077
    Web www.nwrawildlife.org      Email  Central Office NWRA@nwrawildlife.org
     

 


  • International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council

     

    "The International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC) is a professional organization for wildlife rehabilitators, founded to develop and disseminate information on the rehabilitation and care of wild animals, with the goal of returning them to their native environment. IWRC has developed, and maintains, a national continuing education program for rehabilitators, and publishes current treatment and protocol information in the form of books, literature, and the only reviewed professional journal in this field, the Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation."

     

    For more information and to become a member, contact:

    IWRC 

    PO Box 3197,

    Eugene, OR 97403

    Phone 866.871.1869     Fax 408.876.6153
    Web:  http://theiwrc.org      Email: director@theiwrc.org

     




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