by Katherine Deck-Portillo
Pictured Above: Steven Guerra, Shandlyn Gaenzel, and Tyson Gaenzel.
Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (WRR) had their annual and final Win A Wild Ride To Save Wildlife Celebration this past Thursday, September 19. Tyson Gaenzel, Partner, his wife, Shandlyn, and Steven Guerra, Audit Senior, attended to support their cause. WWR raised $93,000 from the event.
Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation has helped over 200,000 native wild animals since opening their doors. With their home base nestled on 212-acres in the Texas Hill County, they can rescue and rehabilitate approximately 10,0000 animals a year. From their website, “Around 300 wild animals are permanent residents because they are unreleasable due either to permanent injuries or the fact that they are nonnative species with no place to go. In addition, over 300 farmed animals have found refuge at the WRR Sanctuary.” Daily operations include the work of thirty-two full-time staff, up to eighteen interns and apprentices, and numerous volunteers who are generous to donate their time.
If you are interested in becoming more involved through time or monetary gifts, you can find more information through their website: https://wildlife-rescue.org/READ MORE