Connecticut Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
Dedicated to the Preservation of Wildlife
Photo Credit: Ansonia Nature Center
 
Follow Us On:
Photo Credit: Deborah Galle













CWRA Membership Application


           CLICK HERE 

       
           

SAVE THE DATE

 

THE 2017 CWRA SPRING MEETING IS SUNDAY, MARCH 26th

 

Indian Rock Nature Preserve

502 Wolcott Road

Bristol, CT 06010

 

 

The Agenda Will Be Posted On This Site

When It Is Finalized

SAVE THE DATE

 

New Wildlife Rehabilitator Training!

 

Click on the PDF below for additional information!

 

Document
What We Do

 Networking and Support

 

Provide the public with assistance for distressed wildlife through our network of trained volunteers, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) and veterinarians

 

Assist other states with implementation of CWRA's model policy which allows rehabilitators to safely care for rabies vector species

 

Provide access to inexpensive supplies for rehabilitators through quantity purchases and donations

 

Create networking opportunities for members through regular meetings

 

Education

 

Teach rehabilitation skills to members and prospective permittees through regular seminars and workshops

 

Partner with the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection  in developing rehabilitator certification exams

 

Educate the public and the media about coexisting with wildlife and helping them resolve distressed and nuisance wildlife problems 

 

Manage a wildlife hotline to assist the community with wildlife issues

 

Inform members about issues affecting rehabilitators and wildlife

Join CWRA

Become part of a growing network of state-appointed volunteers who help injured and orphaned wildlife

 

Membership in the association is open to everyone

Individuals and organizations are encouraged to join