Giving Nature's children a second chance
Costs associated with wildlife rehab & how you can help
COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH WILDLIFE REHAB
It takes about $100 to rehab a squirrel; around $45 per bird (about $1.50 a day for as long as the bird is in rehab); about $450 per deer; somewhere around $75 per possum, about $60 per rabbit, and about $120 per raptor. These amounts cover formulas; feeding implements; supplements; fruits, seeds and vegetables; bedding; caging; and medicines if needed. They don't include gas to pick up an animal or transport it to the vet if need be, nor do they include the rehabber's time/ or labor, nor species accounts and other informational books, pamphlets and brochures that provide valuable insights into the minds of the animals LWR rehabs and their habits in the wild.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Monetary contributions may be mailed to Laurens Wildlife Rescue, 1101-L Hillcrest Pkwy, PMB #255, Dublin, GA 31021 or may be donated via the PayPal links on this site.
Laurens Wildlife Rescue is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, so contributions are tax-deductible.