No April Fools! Come join us for a fun night of trivia!
Saturday April 1st.
Held at St Elizabeth Church,
1420 S Sappington, Crestwood, 63126.
Doors open at 6pm, game starts at 7pm.
Cash prizes for 1st and 2nd place.
Free beer, soda and water!
Feel free to bring your own drinks and snacks.
We will have mulligans, raffle baskets, between round games, and silent auction
$20/person, tables up to 8 people. If your table is not full you only pay for
those who play!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 636-677-3670 to reserve a table.
Have you ever wanted to learn more about what we do? This is your chance. Come
tour our facility and learn what we do to help the wildlife. Specialists will
be on hand to answer all your questions.
Visit us at 1864 Little Brennan Rd, High Ridge, MO 63049.
And a special appearance by "Ruffy" the mascot for the River
City Rascals Baseball Team!!
Meet and Greet "Ruffy" from 1pm-3pm
We are proud to announce a new partnership with professional photographer Mike
Barry of M.T. Barry Studios. Mike
has graciously offered to give us a percentage of the sales of some of his photographs.
He is a resident artist at Clayton Fine Art Gallery and Mindscapes Gallery.
Check out his website at
Ways to Donate -
Some ways are free to you!
There are several ways you can doante to us simply by shopping online. And it
is no cost to you!
Do you enjoy shopping on Amazon.com? Then join Smile.Amazon.com
for free, and .05% of your eligible puchases will be donated directly to us.
Follow this link to sign up today. Search
for our organization and start supporting us!
Or shop at one of hundreds of online stores and a percentage of every eligible
sale will go to our cause. Again, simply sign up and choose our organziation
and start shopping. Shop For Your Cause (shopforyourcause.com).
You can also go to Shop For Your Cause and click on our logo. Every click will
donate 2 cents to our organization. You can only click once a day, but you can
click everyday! Sign up for email reminders to click daily.
Please consider donating directly to help our cause. Our volunteers would like
to thank you for you support as well as all the animals you will be helping.
Donate with Paypal
OR mail a check to:
Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic
1864 Little Brennan Rd
High Ridge, MO 63049
As always, all your donations are tax deductible. And THANK YOU for your support!!
We have set aside multiple areas for a commemorative pathway. If you
would like to purchase a brick to be engraved with your personal message, i.e.
birthday, wedding date, passing of a loved one, etc., click on one of the order
The 4x8 commemorative brick costs $100, of which $81 is tax deductible.
NOT FEED ANY BABY ANIMAL YOU FIND! PLEASE: DO NOT GIVE WATER,
MILK, OR FORMULA TO ANY BABY ANIMAL YOU FIND! PLEASE: KEEP BABY ANIMAL WARM!! IF POSSIBLE place in shoebox with a cloth or rag PLEASE: CALL US IMMEDIATELY
Mother squirrels are very dedicated
and will try to retrieve their babies if separated from them... Read
Do NOT let children or pets touch baby raccoons. Keep them warm and call
(636) 677-3670 Read
Since opossums do not have
nests or dens, the babies travel with the mom until they are able
to live on their own. If a single opossum is found with
no mother around... Read
are the babies most often unintentionally kidnapped by well-meaning
people. Rabbit nests are left unguarded most of the time,
with the mother on the nest only twice a day for feeding... Read
These 2 bunnies may
look small, but they are old enough to live on their own. DO NOT try to catch bunnies of this size. Leave them alone!
They will be just fine.
Mother skunks usually create
a den under a porch, driveway, deck, or underground. The mother
will venture out each evening to find food for herself... Read
To Volunteer! VOLUNTEERS ALWAYS NEEDED
Volunteer to care for the wildlife
Volunteer to help with fundraising events
Volunteer to help with building maintenance
Volunteer to build nest boxes
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic is an all volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 organization which specializes in the rehabilitation of native Missouri mammals and is licensed by the Missouri Department of Conservation.