Middle Tennessee Wildlife Rescue (MTWR) is dedicated to the conservation of wildlife through rescue, rehabilitation and education. They combine advance veterinary techniques with wildlife rehabilitation to ensure the most successful outcome for thousands of displaced animals. They work with the community to spread awareness of the affects of Middle Tennessee’s growth on local wildlife populations, and provide wildlife education to the public.
1. Wildlife Rescue- pickup and transportation of wildlife from citizens throughout Middle Tennessee
2. Wildlife Rehabilitation- Provide nursing care to orphaned or injured wildlife.
3. Wildlife Outreach Education- Traveling to local groups (scouts, clubs, teams, etc..) using non-releasable wildlife to inspire conservation efforts.
Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Outreach are ongoing opportunities with Wildlife Rescue having the greatest need most days.
Kids are invited out to build bird houses. Volunteers are needed to help cut out birdhouse pieces ahead of time and help the little ones piece them together.
Kids learn all about earthworm composting and setup their own mini composting farms.
Wildlife Photo Day- people are allowed out to take photos with unreleasable wildlife, either socialized by hand rearing or extensive hands-on training.
Dry cat and dog food
55 gallon trash bags
Brown & white rice
Bird Seed (with and without sunflower seeds)
Bedding (towels, sheets, pillowcases, blankets)
Fresh or frozen produce