RESCUING AND TRANSPORTING INJURED WILDLIFE

 

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Need assistance?

If you have found an injured or truly orphaned wild animal, please use Animal Help Now to find the nearest permitted wildlife rehabilitator or veterinary clinic able to triage wildlife. 

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WREN Eco Partners

Find out how our partners are making a local difference for our planet. We are currently looking for more partners near the Tri-cities area (TN, VA, and NC). 

Library Lecture Series

WREN is proud to announce that we are partnering with the Washington County Tennessee Library (Jonesborough Branch) with a monthly lectures series along with our other non-profit. Our April lectures have been postponed. We will announce future dates in May.

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Protective Gear

Capturing and handling injured wildlife requires specific safety measures. We are currently raising funds to purchase ArmOR Handling Gloves for our volunteers. Thanks to our generous supporters, we have been able to purchase two sets at $150 plus shipping costs. Based on the support of our community, we decided to start raising funds to purchase gloves for wildlife rehabilitators, too. 

Dangers of Fishing Line

Too often WREN receives calls for birds, mammals, and reptiles injured by improperly discarded fishing line. Typically these injuries are fatal, and yet so easily avoidable. Help us advocate for a safer environment!

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Wildlife Resources and Education Network is a 501c3 non-profit.

We are an all volunteer organization.

EIN  47-3844358

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PO Box 935

Jonesborough, TN 37659 wrencertified@gmail.com