Wildlife Rehabilitation & Release looking for new home

Did you have a tree come down recently in the storms? Be sure to see if there are any babies in them. Squirrels are starting to have babies now as well as songbirds and birds of prey.

Wildlife Rehabilitation & Release (WR&R) is looking for a new home in Nevada County. We have been caring for wildlife for about 36 years now and it is time for us to move from our rented store front and volunteers’ homes. We need some property with about five acres that is zoned agriculture residential, utilities available, and maybe a building or barn where we could start out. We would like to lease this property or lease with an option to buy. We need a place that is easy for the finders of injured wildlife to access, and with room for volunteers to park while they work with the animals.

Please call 530-432-2255 and leave a message with our answering service to have Bev Myers, president, give you a call back and we can discuss just what WR&R needs.