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Photo Contest Results
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June winner - Amber Cagle - Squirrel
May winner
May winner
Sharon Finley - Raccoon
April Winner
April Winner
Kim West - Squirrel

Donations

TMWR is a non-profit, volunteer organization. We are always in need of donations of various types. Please review the links below and help out any way you can.

Reasons you should make a donation now!

  • We intake and save hundreds of lives every year. Over 90% of our time goes to the care of wildlife babies.
  • We are a non profit 501(c)3 organization. Your donation is tax-exempt.
  • Unlike most veterinarian clinics, TMWR volunteers provide the needed medical care for wildlife.
  • We educate the public and help solve wildlife conflicts.

What will your donation do?

By supporting us, you will help us save hundreds of lives. Your donation will help to pay for:

  • Formula for the babies.
  • Solid foods for juveniles.
  • Caging materials.
  • Medical supplies.
  • Veterinary expenses.
  • And much, much more.

Rehabilitation Costs

The table below lists the average, routine rehabilitation costs per animal. These amounts do not include the additional costs for caging or emergency medical care.

TypeCost*
Cottontail$20
Squirrel$40
Opossum$50
Raccoon$120

* per rehabilitated animal

Please consider making a donation today, or if you have the time, you can become a volunteer. If you are interested in helping, please check our volunteer information.

Remember, every donation could save a life. Thank you for helping our precious little animals!

Upcoming Events
Volunteer Orientation
Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:30am
TMWR General Meeting
Sun Oct 21, 2018 2:00pm
Skunk & Raccoon Rehabbers Roundup
Sun Nov 11, 2018 3:00pm
Story Book
Didi story
Didi story
Sometimes it takes a village to rehab a squirrel... Tha...
Sometimes it takes a village to rehab a squirrel
Sometimes it takes a village to rehab a squirrel
That was the case of Didi, a six week old female squirre...
Cottontails
Cottontails
It takes only a few weeks to rehab a cottontail; and alt...