Wildlife rehabilitation organizations



Minnesota Wildlife Assistance Cooperative (MWAC)
P.O. Box 13054
Roseville, MN 55113

MWAC is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to wildlife rehabilitation. MWAC provides outreach packets to graduating veterinarians and conservation officers. Since 1981, MWAC has been providing information, training, resources, and networking to help wildlife rehabilitators improve animal care and public education efforts. MWAC courses meet USFWS and the Minnesota DNR educational requirements for permit issuance, renewal, and upgrade. MWAC supported and assisted the Minnesota DNR in developing a wildlife rehabilitation licensing system which ensures highly trained rehabilitators and better care for distressed wildlife.

Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
2530 Dale St
Roseville, MN 55113
(phone: 651-486-9453)

Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release, Inc. (WRR)
P.O. Box 28127
Crystal, MN 55428
(phone: 612-822-7058)

WRR is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife and to public education. WRR's goal is to provide support (in the form of supplies and education) to hands-on licensed rehabilitators. WRR is committed to higher standards of excellence in rehabilitation with the main focus being hands-on animal care.



National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA)
2625 Clearwater Road, suite 110
St. Cloud, MN 56301
Phone: 320-230-9920
E-mail: [email protected]
Web site: www.nwrawildlife.org

The NWRA is a nonprofit international membership organization committed to promoting and improving the integrity and professionalism of wildlife rehabilitation and contributing to the preservation of natural ecosystems.

International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC)
4437 Central Place, Suite B-4
Suisun, CA 94585
Phone: 707-864-1761
Fax: 707-864-3106
E-mail: [email protected]
Home page: www.iwrc-online.org

The IWRC is a non-profit, international membership-sponsored organization with a commitment to preserving our native wildlife and its habitat.

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