Education
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Sanctuary
Above, Rough-legged Hawk © 2011 Paige Calamari, used with permission from Central Michigan Life.
This rough-legged hawk was released following rehabilitation at WRA. Note the feathers all the way to the toes. "Peaches" was so named for her peach colored underside.

WHO WE ARE

Wildlife Recovery Association is dedicated to promoting the understanding, appreciation and protection of wild raptors and their connection with nature.

*MEMBERSHIP

Your membership is the backbone of this organization, ensuring the success of Wildlife Recovery Association’s high quality educational programs that inspire kids to get involved with nature, and the key to making the difference for many species through research, management, education, and assisting citizen science.

Our presentations are often given in conjunction with other events.  We have helped many nature centers throughout the state with membership drives and fund raising events.  We coordinate with organizations to preserve habitat for rare wildlife and plants and draw support for local issues.  We assist groups in nest box building, recycling, habitat design for backyards, stream and watershed clean-up profects, posting for sensitive wildlife areas, and many other far-reaching profects.  Over 30,000 people view the live birds of prey program each year, and walk away inspired, more knowledgeable, and ready to make a difference in our world.

Wildlife Recovery Association is a non-profit, tax exempt, charitable, 501(c)3 organization and was incorporated in 1979. Your contribution is TAX DEDUCTIBLE!

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP

12 month Membership

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Please join us, and support these programs.  You will be supporting nature in many ways:

*School programs with live birds of prey.

*Programs in support of habitat protection.

*General Public outreach programs.

*College level and specialized programs.

*Research and research assistance programs.

*Management and wildlife support programs including nest box projects.

*Informational services on a wide variety of wildlife and environmental topics.

*Educational newsletters.

*Hands- Off, Keep them Wild raptor and rare species rehabilitation.

*Reference library to wildlife and wildlife topics.

*Your membership is tax-deductible!  For more information………………….. call (989) 772-1538

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