It’s important to see the many perils facing
individual wild animals in their daily existence. Some can be avoided
by personal steps that we can take - others need to be dealt with through
or lobbying efforts.
Your additional contributions to R.O.C.K.
will be shared between the wildlife rehabilitators, rehabilitation facilities,
and Wildlife Watch. Your support for this project allows Wildlife Watch to
continue to produce and mail our publication. Your funding will aid
those who work tirelessly at their own expense to provide medical and hospice
care to wild
Wildlife rehabilitators are licensed by state game agencies, yet
they are given no other support, and they are not allowed to
charge for their “services.” Sadly, animals often come to the attention of
rehabbers when they are found by people who either don’t want them near the
house or don’t know how to help them. When the DECs, DNRs or police are called,
they normally recommend killing, and most veterinarians cannot take time from
their busy schedules.
Wildlife Watch has incorporated this section
to help those who give so much to the care of wild animals.