Wildlife Rehabilitators’ Association of Massachusetts

The Wildlife Rehabilitators’ Association of Massachusetts (WRAM) is a non-profit organization that supports, educates, and provides a community for wildlife rehabilitators, and works on their behalf with other organizations and the public to assist in their mission of improving the well-being of wildlife in New England since 1992.

Thanks to everyone who attended WRAM's Annual Conference and Meeting on March 13 &14, 2021!

The Wildlife Rehabilitators’ Association of Massachusetts Conference and Annual Meeting  went virtual on March 13 and March 14, 2021! WRAM was thrilled to offer its membership, and anyone else interested in learning about wildlife rehabilitation, a weekend full of educational lectures, social opportunities, live Q&A’s, and other fun, networking events that make our conference so personalized. Attendees enjoyed learning about topics that are essential for every rehabilitator to understand, general topics for the wildlife enthusiast, medical topics for students and professionals, as well as topics that are specialized for our state and our region. Thanks to all attendees and speakers who helped make this event a huge success. 

Hope you can join us again in 2022!

Check out our event website found here: 2021 WRAM Annual Conference Website

WRAM 2021 Memberships are available now.

Memberships last from January 1-December 31 of each year. Join us now to start enjoying membership benefits, which include but are not limited to, exclusive continuing education opportunities, discounted annual conference fees, as well as access to our members page.

Don’t forget to renew if you are already a WRAM member. Welcome back and thanks for the continued support.