Hoosier Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation's mission is to provide aid to injured, orphaned, and sick native Indiana wildlife. This includes but isn't limited to providing veterinary assistance, raising young, housing juveniles, and providing state-licensed care to these animals with the eventual goal of their release back into the wild.
Hoosier Wildlife also hopes to promote healthy human to wildlife relationships through educational programs, like our twice-yearly wildlife walks, talks at schools, and tabling at local events. We also hope to accomplish this through community outreach and promoting conservation within the community.
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Aiding wildlife in highly populated communities while promoting conservation and educational programs.
Collaborate with others in a joyful manner to achieve a balanced ecosystem within our communities.
Inspire service over self-interest in a compassionate manner.
Manage funds, relationships, and other sources entrusted to us in a consistent ethical manner for the benefit of all we serve.
Respect the opinions and decisions amade within our communities and by our partners.
Trust courage to integrate the human spirit with the demands for animal survival.
Rebecca Hamon is a Hamilton County native that trained at a wildlife center in Bloomington, IN for 2.5 years before moving to open Hoosier Wildlife. She has a Bachelor's from Indiana University in Environmental Management and currently runs Hoosier Wildlife.
Holly Evans - Secretary
Carrie Lewis - Treasurer
Kate Rosebrough - Foster Coordinator
Karly Taylor - Education Program Lead