The Washington Wildlife Rehabilitation Association (WWRA) is incorporated for the support of the science and profession of wildlife rehabilitation and its practitioners. The purposes of the association are:
- To foster continued improvement of wildlife rehabilitation.
- To disseminate knowledge through meetings, reports, publications, symposiums and other means.
- To promote educational programs, to teach natural history and explain the kinship among all living things.
- To promote cooperation between professional and governmental agencies and other groups, and the wildlife rehabilitation community.
WWRA is free to all Washington Wildlife Rehabilitators. Some classes and workshops may require a minimal fee. WWRA is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit
BABY GULL FLEDGLING SAW WHET OWL
by Dottie Tison - West Sound Wildlife by Dottie Tison - West Sound Wildlife