Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation
Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of orphaned, injured, and displaced wildlife. WRR also provides permanent care for non-indigenous wild animals who have been victimized by the exotic pet trade, rescued from roadside zoos, or retired from research facilities. Indigenous wild animals who, due to severe injuries, are non-releasable are also given permanent care at the sanctuary. Like all accredited sanctuaries, WRR is not open to the public and the animals are never placed on exhibit. Another function of WRR is to increase public awareness through educational outreach programs which focus on: wildlife protection, habitat preservation, and wildlife conservation. WRR maintains a 24-hour animal emergency hotline available seven days a week, 365 days a year.