WRAM is an organization designed to be a collaborative group where the membership and the board of directors’ work together for the benefit of wildlife in Massachusetts. We work to achieve these benefits through WRAM’s core objectives, which are:
In support of these objectives we ask that all WRAM members hold themselves to a high standard of professional conduct. Please review the organizational code of ethics and membership communication guidelines outlined below. Violation of these rules may result in revocation of membership.
Note: WRAM’s code of conduct is not intended to supplant any regulations, statutes, or guidance provided by State and Federal Wildlife Agencies. WRAM members are expected to adhere to all laws and regulations governing the rehabilitation and treatment of wildlife in the territory in which they operate.
One of the most valuable services WRAM provides is a community for its members to share information and resources. This communication allows members to benefit from the collective knowledge-sets and experiences of licensed rehabilitators and wildlife professionals across New England. Positive and cooperative communication serves to strengthen the abilities of all who care for wildlife. It also engages the general public and helps to guide their perception and response to wildlife issues.
To preserve these benefits, we ask that WRAM members follow the guidelines below when communicating in public forums such as: social media, websites, wildlife forums, message boards, etc.
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