NWRA is asking for your assistance to save wildlife. Wildlife rehabilitators work every day around the clock to save injured, orphaned, and sick animals in order to return them to their natural home in the wild. NWRA members treat hundreds of thousands of wild animals and answer just as many phone calls and emails each year.
For over 30 years, our annual Symposium has been delivering the very best in education and skills training to ensure permitted rehabilitators can provide the most humane care. Approximately 500 wildlife rehabilitators, educators, and veterinarians from across the world benefit from the Symposium each year.
This year we are partnering with Wildlife Rescue Center in St. Louis for our annual Symposium, which will be held March 5-9, 2019, offering over 120 education hours. Dr. Sharon Deem, DVM, of the St. Louis Zoo Institute for Conservation Medicine, will be the keynote.
Sponsorships and donations help keep registration fees affordable for attendees, many of whom are already providing animal care at their own expense. Will you help us with a donation today?
Monetary donations are tax deductible as allowed by law and go directly toward Symposium costs.
Download full Sponsorship packet for Symposium 2019 here.
Keynote address at Symposium 2018 in Anaheim, CA.
Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. EIN: 37-1143442
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