Visit our Newsletters/Events page for more information on upcoming WRARI events, certification programs, Wildlife Clinic updates, and more!
Also, visit our affiliated raptor specialist, Vivian Maxson, at Born To Be Wild Nature Center for their heartwarming stories.
The Wildlife Rehabilitators Association of Rhode Island is a 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to the care of injured and orphaned wildlife since 1994. WRARI also oversees the operation of The Wildlife Clinic of R.I., which is the only medical/rehabilitation facility in the state for wildlife. All of our work is supported through grants, membership, fundraising, and private donations.
Click here if you've found an injured or orphaned bird
Never handle rabies vector species, which include raccoons, skunks, bats, foxes or woodchucks. For assistance with these species when a rehabilitator cannot be reached, contact the D.E.M. at (401) 222-3070.
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