Meet More Than 100 Animal Ambassadors At Wildlife Images Rehabilitation And Education Center In Oregon

When your puppy or cat gets sick or injured, you take him to the vet and nurse him back to health. What do wild animals do when they’re sick or hurt? If they’re lucky, a caring Oregonian or park ranger finds them and takes them to Wildlife Images Rehabilitation & Education Center. This place cares for as many as 1,000 animals every year!

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Have you visited Wildlife Images Rehabilitation & Education Center in the past? Tell our readers about the ways they can help this non-profit organization continue to help Oregon’s wildlife.

Learn more about Wildlife Images on its website, and make sure to follow its Facebook page for the latest updates.

Address: 11845 Lower River Rd, Grants Pass, OR 97526, USA