Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah

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Mission Statement

"Through wildlife rehabilitation and education we will empower the community to engage in conservation and responsible stewardship of wildlife and habitat.”

Description

WRCNU is the only wildlife rehabilitation center in northern Utah and the largest center of its kind in the state. We provide people throughout northern Utah with a place to bring wildlife in need of aid. Our goal is to rehabilitate and release wildlife back into its natural habitat. Since our inception in 2009, we have treated over 24,000 wildlife patients.
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah (WRCNU) is powered by an amazing community of supporters. It is only with community help that we are able to provide outstanding care to wildlife as well as inspiring education programs.

Program Details

Education Programs: We partner with local, state and national organizations to help our community become better stewards of our environment.
- Our educational Outreach Program uses live animal ambassadors to teach Utah’s core curriculum in areas of conservation, natural history, and environmental awareness.
- WRCNU is certified as a museum by the Utah Division of Arts & Museums, and we are working to expand our natural history exhibits to provide an exciting educational experience.
- We tailor internship opportunities for students wishing to pursue Wildlife Rehabilitation Certification.
Primary Issue
Wildlife
Address
3127 N Pelican Drive
Farr West, UT 84404
United States
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