Don’t miss our Holiday Bake Sale and Bazaar on December 7, 2013 from 9am to 2pm at the Maple Manor Lounge (2507 South Hastings Way in Eau Claire). Shop for holiday decor, handmade candles, crafts, gifts for pets, and more, including many items under $10! The bake sale will feature homemade cookies, breads, candies, bars […]
Help support and save our wildlife! Hootenanny Fundraiser Sunday, October 6, 2013! 3pm to 6pm at the Maple Manor Lounge, 2507 S. Hastings Way, Eau Claire, WI Entertainment by the Chippewa Valley’s Finest Musicians! Emcee Larry Heagle Billy Krause Tom Wieseler Tim Kielholz Jerry Way Mike Schlenker And Many Others! SILENT AUCTION! Items include: Art […]
Got lumber? WRR has several building projects under way: the diggers’ den to provide a natural environment for injured badgers, foxes and ground hogs; a DNR regulation size deer pen so deer will no longer have to be transferred to another wildlife rehabilitation place or euthanized; and an enlarged modular cage to accommodate a variety […]
A special “Hat’s Off” from WRR : Thank you, thank you, thank you! To the generous person who contributed an awesome amount of granola to the WRR drop box at Kindness Animal Hospital near Chippewa Falls. The raccoon, squirrel and opposum babies are smacking their lips! Getting big and strong and ready for release soon….. […]
WRR has an orphan Kestrel just newly in residence, the 3rd of its species this summer. Kestrels are members of the falcon family and they are feisty even as babies. They have an “all claws out” attitude to humans! What a beautiful bird. Patti loves to watch the layers of feathers develop as the Kestrels […]
Success stories: We’re releasing the Painted Turtle today and we also released the Mourning Dove that came to us as a hatchling. Tomorrow we will release the Ducks and Bank Swallows … more successfully rehabilitated animals!
Coming soon to WRR! A Diggers’ Den! WWR’s goal is to provide the environment that helps an injured bird or animal recover and one that helps an orphan infant understand what life is supposed to be like. With that in mind, one of the many planned projects at WRR is to provide an authentic temporary […]
Welcome to Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release! Watch our blog for the latest information about the types of animals we’re currently rehabilitating and the ongoing needs of our facility!