Nature’s Nurse Wildlife Rehabilitation is a non-profit organization that has been around since 2019. It is located in Franklin, Massachusetts.
This organization provides help to injured or orphaned wildlife.
Their goal is to take in these animals temporarily to nurse them back to health or work with them until they are ready to be set free in their natural environment.
I was excited when I found this organization isn’t far from me. There is woods all around me, and there have been times when either I or a neighbor have come across a wounded squirrel or other wildlife creature. It’s good to know that help is only a phone call away.
Other Blogging From A-to-Z April Challenge Posts 2023
C Is For Caiden’s Hope Foundation
F Is For FACE Foundation For Animals
H Is For High Fives Foundation
J Is For John A Hartford Foundation
N Is For Nature’s Nurse Wildlife Rehabilitation
Q Is For Quality Services For The Autism Community
S Is For Second Chance Animal Services
T Is For Things Of My Very Own
W Is For (The) Wright Ranch Rescue Inc
Z Is For Zaksee Parrot Sanctuary
Past Blogging From A to Z April Challenge Posts (Condensed Versions)
2015 – Non-Profit Organizations
2016 – Non-Profit Organizations
2017 – Facebook Support Groups
Disclaimer: This post is for general information only. It is part of the Blogging From A-to-Z April Challenge (2023). I am not affiliated with or endorse this non-profit organization. Please use caution when donating online.
I’m a licensed rehabber in CT but I can’t do much of the work. Grateful for those who can.
I think working as a rehabber would be hard, sometimes sad, but so rewarding. I’m grateful for those who do it as well.