Want to learn more about how we treat and rehabilitate injured and orphaned animals? Or are you interested in seeing and learning about individual patient stories, like the porcupine at left?
You have several ways to keep up with us as we work to return sick, injured and orphaned animals to the wild:
Our Facebook page contains photos, brief write-ups and updates on various patients.
Our Twitter account is more active in the spring and summer (since that's our peak season), but it's a great way to get instant information on new patients.
The Critter Ticker below is a continuous scroll of patients as they're admitted to our hospital. Underlined ones have an accompanying photo - access it by clicking on the species name.
Our blog, The Pulse, shares more in-depth knowledge from a variety of our staff on the work we do at the Center, what you might currently be experiencing in your own yard, etc.
And, if you have a patient that you've brought to us and you want to know how it's doing, just send us an email (email@example.com).
SAVE THE DATE!
Our annual gala will be the night of Saturday, August 9. It's a fun evening full of music, laughter, a live and silent auction and good food -all to benefit our patients here at the center. Here's a recap of last year's gala, "Enchanted Forest Masquerade," complete with a link to photos. Our original gala page, where you can see typical auction items, our sponsors and more is here.
Following up on an animal you brought to us? Drop us a note (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the person's name who admitted it, the approximate date and the species. We'll get back to you within a few days!
Check out the Video News section to view video from other WRC stories.
Subscribe to our private email list to keep up to date on our patients!
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota (WRC) in Roseville, Minn., is a nonprofit, donor-supported organization. The WRC was established in response to the increased need for medical care of injured, ill and orphaned wildlife. With a medical staff of 8, the Center is one of the largest and busiest wildlife medical centers in the nation. More than 400 volunteers care for, rehabilitate and release the wildlife that they've worked with. The WRC treats more than 8,500 wild animals every year, representing more than 160 different species.
We cannot give tours since we do not keep any animals for educational use. We do have an open house every winter, usually in February. Watch our Facebook page or register for our emails to keep up to date with WRC.