Laurens Wildlife Rescue

9 campaigns 167 contributions received $14,380 raised Member since August 2013

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Organization campaigns

While babies are almost unheard of in early winter, LWR sees many adult raptors who must also be fed, like this adult screech owl recovering from successful eye surgery. Your donations keep these winter birds well-fed!

$200 raised of $1.5k goal
22 Days left

Laurens Wildlife Rescue is seeing a record number of raptors this year, about a 3:1 raptor to songbird ratio, which is the reverse of what we normally see. Record numbers of raptors mean record numbers of mice consumed, so these birds of prey are ...

$1,570 raised of $2.5k goal
Finished July 22, 2019

Raptors are costly to rehab and remain in rehab longer than other species, as a general rule. LWR sees increasing numbers of raptors yearly and we need to keep these birds' crops full of mice--plus we need songbird and flying squirrel formula!

$2,635 raised of $3k goal
Finished September 2, 2018

This year has been quite costly due to the large number of raptors LWR has received, so we're seeking funding to ensure we can continue to care for all our intakes through the end of the year.

$2,775 raised of $5.5k goal
Finished August 4, 2017

With the recent intake of four hungry baby barn owls, plus eight flying squirrels who will probably need overwintering, in addition to the rotating "cast" of adult birds needing care, LWR needs additional funds for the winter.

$2,410 raised of $1.5k goal
Finished July 2, 2017

Laurens Wildlife Rescue needs additional funds to keep our feathered guests fed, especially as baby season continues & the season for migrating songbirds and raptors approaches. With a record high intake to date, funds to feed these birds are running low!

$2,740 raised of $2.5k goal
Finished October 23, 2016

Laurens Wildlife Rescue needs additional funds to keep our feathered guests fed, especially as the season for migrating raptors approaches. With a record high intake to date, funds to feed these birds are running low!

$950 raised of $2k goal
5 Years running

Each year Laurens Wildlife Rescue receives hundreds of adult and baby songbirds and raptors (as well as a few furry critters) from all over Georgia. Feeding these birds isn’t cheap: it can cost up to $90 per songbird for the duration of its stay ...

$825 raised of $2k goal
Finished July 8, 2014

Due to an overabundance of admiration, respect and "attagirls" and a corresponding lack of firm financial support, Laurens Wildlife Rescue, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is in dire need of funding again this year. As usual, LWR has received large numbers of ...

$275 raised of $2k goal
Finished September 3, 2013