International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council at Glance

0 Our Impact
Wildlife rehabilitators trained since 2010
0 Current Members
0 Countries hosted live training
0 Live Online Classes during Pandemic

Get Involved

Being a part of a team with a common goal will help you form bonds with strangers that can be life-changing. Volunteering inherently means helping people, and that means you’ll be creating meaningful relationships with others and increasing your social interactions.

General Donation

Help us lead the way in wildlife care by supporting IWRC. Your donation will allow IWRC to develop new courses, provide regular updates to existing courses, offer scholarships, host symposiums, and offer more service and information to our members.

Become a Rehabilitator

Being a wildlife rehabilitator can be a big responsibility. Not only are you responsible for the welfare of the wild animals in your care, you also have the responsibility to provide good, accurate information to the public who approach you as the wildlife expert.

Renew Membership

Being a part of a team with a common goal will help you form bonds with strangers that can be life-changing. Volunteering inherently means helping people, and that means you’ll be creating meaningful relationships with others and increasing your social interactions.

Courses

We are excited to offer Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation virtually for the remainder of the pandemic! Please contact aya@theiwrc.org or call our office if you have any questions about IWRC courses.

Rwandan Wildlife Campaign

With help from donors like you we will provide our Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation course, resources, and a supply kit to 104 RWCA community volunteers.

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