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A voice for wildlife rehabilitators in Washington state

 
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Washington Wildlife Rehabilitation Association

The Washington Wildlife Rehabilitation Association is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2003. WWRA provides a network to act as a unified voice, support system, and educational resource for those involved in the rehabilitation of wildlife in Washington State. 

 Photo courtesy of PAWS Wildlife Center

Photo courtesy of PAWS Wildlife Center

Supporting the science and profession of wildlife rehabilitation

WWRA presents an annual conference as well as workshops and meetings throughout the year. Find out about WWRA continuing education opportunities here.

 Photo courtesy of Sarvey Wildlife Center and Suzi Eszterhas

Photo courtesy of Sarvey Wildlife Center and Suzi Eszterhas

WHO WE ARE

WWRA members and board members are wildlife rehabilitators actively engaged in the rehabilitation community. Find out about the board of directors here.

 Photo courtesy of Discovery Bay Wild Bird Rescue and Joseph Molotsky

Photo courtesy of Discovery Bay Wild Bird Rescue and Joseph Molotsky

WWRA Mission and Guiding Principles

WWRA was founded in 2003 to support wildlife rehabilitators in Washington. WWRA is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization. Find out about our mission and guiding principles here.