Emergency Response Fund
"Baby Season" has just begun. We will admit over 1,000 wild patients over the next 12 weeks. Our Emergency Response Fund will allow us to continue to rescue and treat injured, sick, and orphaned wildlife through this challenging time and constantly evolving conditions.
We are still here. We are rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing native wildlife every day. The Wildlife Rescue Center plans to continue animal rescue operations while following guidelines to limit community spread of COVID-19.
For everyone's safety, we will be limiting traffic into our building as much as possible. Please call 636-394-1880 before you visit, and use ext. 201 if you are calling about an injured, sick, or orphaned animal.
It is our duty to our community to postpone public events and programs scheduled through the end of April. We will also temporarily halt scheduling of education or outreach programs to allow our staff to focus on daily operations.
We know our supporters (that's you!) are an integral part of our Rescue Team. We are working diligently and efficiently to ensure the safety of our animal care volunteers and staff as well as our wildlife patients. We need your help to keep operations running in this difficult time. Small nonprofits like the Wildlife Rescue Center will be especially impacted by having to cancel fundraising activities and reduce interactions with our community. Every dollar helps, now more than ever.