Mission and Guiding Principles
The Washington Wildlife Rehabilitation Association was founded in 2003.
WWRA’s mission is to act as a collective voice dedicated to advancing professional wildlife rehabilitation in Washington State through education and community-building.
The Washington Wildlife Rehabilitation Association supports the science and profession of wildlife rehabilitation and its practitioners through:
Fostering continued improvement of wildlife rehabilitation.
Disseminating knowledge through meetings, reports, publications, symposia, and other means.
Promoting educational programs, teaching natural history, and explaining the kinship among all living
Promoting cooperation between professional and governmental agencies, wildlife rehabilitators, and the
public at large.
Providing support to its members through networking and mentoring.