Vets care for a bird at The Raptor Center
P4W fellows collaborate at NWRA symposium
Clinician wearing tyvek suit treats a bald eagle

 Working hand-in-hand with wildlife rehabilitators and veterinarians to improve the welfare of orphaned, ill, and injured wildlife.

The Partners for Wildlife (P4W) program region currently includes seven states: Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington, and Alaska. 

What our partners are saying

Dr. Sonya Wilkins examining a raptor

“P4W has brought to me a broad range of educational opportunities that have improved my knowledge base in wildlife medicine and rehabilitation. I have seen an improvement in my case management, decision making and treatment protocols with wildlife. I’ve also implemented protocols that will increase animal welfare in the animals that I see at my practice.”

-Dr. Sonnya Wilkins, 2018-2019 P4W Veterinary Fellow