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admitted injured, these fawn will be released soon Injured heron at admit Shared by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Surgery complete and the right eye is visual!

Fellow Mortals Wildlife Hospital

Org #9883
Vetted since 2013 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
1985
year founded
$111,099
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Fellow Mortals is more than a place. It is a living philosophy based on the belief that encouraging compassion in humans toward all life brings out the finest aspects of our humanity. Fellow Mortals provides excellent medical care to injured and orphaned wild animals entrusted to the hospital by the public. Fellow Mortals continues to advance treatment for the most critically injured and compromised animals admitted for care, demonstrated by a continued high rate of recovery and release back to the wild. Fellow Mortals also attempts to limit the number of animals admitted for care each year by offering public education to prevent unnecessary injury and orphaning, thereby reducing the total n... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Yvonne Wallace Blane
Yvonne Wallace Blane
Karen McKenzie
Karen McKenzie
Team
Steven J. Blane, Yvonne Wallace Blane, Karen McKenzie, Jessica Massaro Nass, Carolyn Uhen, Aimee Sosenko, Diana Wallis, Renee Rouse
Organization Information
W4632 Palmer Road
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 53147
United States
262-248-5055

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #4976590430
Organization Information
W4632 Palmer Road
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 53147
United States
262-248-5055

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #4976590430

Project Reports

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Dec 31, 2019
3,650,000 Steps
Dear friend and supporter,  Next year begins a new and exciting decade and Fellow Mortals 35th year as a wildlife hospital.  Every year, we help more people with wildlife situations and...
Nov 1, 2019
Injured Heron gets a new Bill!
When the young black-crowned night heron was admitted—near death, emaciated, missing a large portion of the upper bill and with a horrendous injury to one eye—we had a decision to...
Aug 6, 2019
Plover v. Plover
On July 11, 2019, a man came upon a 12-year old boy who was fishing killdeer out of a sewer—for the second time! There had been several newly-hatched babies that fell through the grate, but only...
 
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