You Can Help...
Gifts and Bequests. Another way in which you can make a lasting
contribution to the conservation of birds of prey in West Virginia and
around the world is with your Memorial Gift or Bequest to the West Virginia
Raptor Rehabilitation Center. We hope you will consider the WVRRC in your
estate planning. All bequests and memorial gifts are placed in our endowment
fund (unless it is required that it be applied to our building fund) so
that via your contribution you can permanently support environmental education
and birds of prey.
us. Thanks to generous members and a dedicated volunteer staff,
the WVRRC has come a long way from its humble beginning as a basement
facility. Today the WVRRC leases a renovated barn that is equipped with
holding cages, flight cages and feeding stations for the care of recuperating
birds. In the future guests will be able to visit our state-of-the-art
rehabilitation/education facility to be built on 227 acres of land donated
by Col. Jack "Hardrock" Bunner located on Bunner Ridge, just
north of Fairmont, WV (5 miles off I-79 at exit 139). More...
Membership Form (Adobe PDF)