Welcome to the WWRA!

The Washington Wildlife Rehabilitation Association is a not-for-profit organization formed in 2003 that 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.

Guiding Principles

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 a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit




What is Wildlife Rehabilitation?

Why is Wildlife Rehabilitation Needed?

  BABY GULL FLEDGLING                                                     SAW WHET OWL
by Dottie Tison - West Sound Wildlife                                                                     by Dottie Tison - West Sound Wildlife