"Lots of people talk to animals, not to many listen - that's the problem"  Winnie the Pooh



What We Do

All Wildlife Rescue and Education, Inc is a non-profit organization with a two-fold mission:

  1. Rescue, Treat and Rehabilitate, and release releasable animals back to their environments.
  2. Provide education to communities -- focused primarily on children -- about the wildlife around us, how man and animals interact, and how our actions affect the wildlife in our area.

In this section of the web, you will find links that show how AWRE fufills these two missions.   To get a good idea of what kind of work is typical for AWRE, we recommend browsing the Case Story section of our web. To find out what kind of community work we do, please browse through our Educational Presentations links.


Working with Wildlife

Educational Presentations

Case Stories:Rescue and Rehabilitation

Meet our mascot Archimedes:

Razzberry the Raccoon

El Nino and the Brown Pelican

Presentation to the Long Beach Junior League

St. Timothy's Third Grade Class presentation.



Check here to find out more about our educational programs

If you have questions about what to do if you find any injured animal or how to handle one feel free to e-mail us or submit our feedback form (please note: from time to time, AWRE uses such questions in our Q&A column; anonymously of course.)  Check here if you'd like to read a response in our Q&A section about handling injured wildlife.


This page was last updated:
February 04, 2013
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