A Connecticut nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization located in lower Fairfield County.
TWRS is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of injured, orphaned, or otherwise compromised wildlife.
Through licensed wildlife rehabilitators and volunteers, we strive to help our community peacefully coexist with our native wildlife by promoting education, awareness, and compassion.
Saving One Animal Will Not Save The World... But Surely, For That One Animal The World Will Change Forever!
Tailo r’s Wildlife Rescue Group, Inc. is located in lower Fairfield County and was formed by a need in our community to serve as a place to turn to when encountering wildlife or having a wildlife issue.
Currently, TWRG fields about 2000 phone calls a year while, most of these call are able to be humanely handled over the phone, we still take in hundreds of wildlife every year that need our help.
Humans encounter wildlife on a daily basis and whether or not you are an animal lover; we are faced with a moral issue as what to do when this inevitably happens. Do you turn the other cheek and let an animal unnecessarily suffer? Or, Do you try and seek help?
The concern and need for us is growing more and more every year. With urban sprawl and human activities such as, nest tree destruction, vehicle collisions, unrestrained pets, intentional or unintentional poisonings, window collisions, trapping or shooting just to name a few. Thousands of wildlife are injured, orphaned, or otherwise compromised all the time.
TWRG works as a team with its volunteers, licensed wildlife rehabilitators and supporting veterinarians. We try and educate individuals through understanding, compassion and awareness so that we can better co- exist with our wild neighbors and possibly lessen the amount of wildlife we currently take in on a yearly basis. We rely greatly on volunteers, grants and donations to support the ever-growing need for our existence.
It is said, "We fear what we do not know, and we do not know what we have yet to experience."
Please help support us in our efforts to give these animals a second chance at life and experience the power of compassion that we sometimes forget.