Our Mission Statement:
All Wildlife Fawn Rescue's fawns come to us due to human interference.
Therefore, we feel a deep obligation to restore them to health and return them to their natural habitat where they belong.
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WFR's New Wildlife Care Coordinator
Gwenllyn H. Fry
Gwenllyn when she worked as an Animal Control officer.
Wildlife Fawn Rescue's Board of Directors is proud to announce our new Wildlife Care Coordinator, Gwenllyn H. Fry,
effective November 1, 2013.
She comes to us with high marks and certification in various areas.
Gwen comes to the position with over 18 years of hands-on experience with both
domestic and wild animals through her work with Marin Humane Society and Sonoma County.
She will bring her love for animals, people skills, and training to the work of
coordinating the rescue and rehabilitation of fawns in Sonoma County.
This position also includes public outreach, education, and fundraising.
Gwen and Marj going over materials and enjoying each others' stories!
Marj pointing out the proper food sources and necessary shelter for proper fawn
The winner of our 2013 Photo Contest!!!
Harry Butera with "Nursing Fawn"
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Jane Goodall thinks Marj's books are "enchanting" and you will too!