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"Welcome to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah's new online guest book. We hope you'll take this opportunity to share your thoughts and opinions about our conservation efforts and our website.

WRCNU relies on the continuing support of people like you to help the hundreds of wild birds and other animals entrusted to our care each year, so your feedback is very important to us. We'd love to hear about things we're doing well, your ideas for how we could be better, how you heard about our work, or the reasons why wildlife preservation is important to you and your family.

On behalf of the entire WRCNU team, thank you for visiting our site and for all your inputs -- we hope you'll be back again very soon!"
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May 18, 2016
You guys are awesome! I love what you do and I can't wait to volunteer for a week with you guys!
October 04, 2014
Hello, if there is any way I can help, I would love to!!!!!!! I live near you, and will hopefully visit soon!!
October 04, 2014
Hi, I would love to help. Call me at 801-449-7273
August 19, 2014
Also--- I would love to volunteer, but it is a 3 hour round-trip. Is there any way I can buy stuff off of a list you send me, and I could package it up, or send it to you?? I want to help in ANY way possible. If there is something long distance you would like me to do, just reply and I can call you. (I am a really good writer too, if you would like me to make flyers and hand them out!!)
August 19, 2014
A couple of months ago I came with a baby bird. He had fallen out of the nest, at too young of an age, you had said. You were so gentle with him!! (When I wrote am essay on him, I named him Ronald! :) Right now, I am holding a drive to collect stuff on your wish list. :) I live in Salt Lake City, so it was a long drive to deliver Ronald, and it will be a long drive to deliver your gifts, but it is 0 worth it!!!!

Thanks so, so, so, so, so, so much!!!!!
Cory D.
July 11, 2014
I came this morning with a baby bird, Doug Fabrizio the sparrow, and you were so gentle and awesome with him (her?). Thank you so much for all you do, you are an amazing organization.
Kathy K
December 09, 2013
Thanks for all you do!!
June 13, 2013
So wonderful to have a Wildlife Rehab Center in Northern Utah! You all do fantastic work, keep it up!

March 27, 2013
I just want to take those little beavers and love them!! I'm so sad they were effected by the fuel leak. Can I volunteer to help them??

Please let me know!


Natasha Hackwell
March 15, 2013
The work you guys do is amazing and inspirational! I am currently volunteering at a local rehabilitation center in Price, Utah and when I get the chance, I would love to come and volunteer for you guys and see your facility! Keep up the awesome work!
Ryan C
March 08, 2013
You do amazing work and are an inspiration to people around the world. Keep up the good work!


Toronto, Canada
Annika robrecht
September 08, 2012
I have a friend. Who volunteers here. Siara Watson! I support her in this!
July 13, 2012
Could you post an update on Phoenix, please?
July 14, 2012
Please follow us on Facebook for Phoenix and other updates--we are all volunteers working 14-16 hour days 7 days a week and just don't have the time to work the website--tough even to updat FB. we truly appreciate everyone's support--thank YOU!
nace taylor
July 09, 2012
just read about phoenix, thank you. have you considered using coconut oil to treat the burns? i use it on cuts and burns, it is a great antiboitic and speeds healing. use organic, from the grocery, baking section. have a blessed day...nace
NYC Lady
July 09, 2012
Thank you for your rehab of Phoenix. I read the article on CNN this morning, and THANK YOU for taking on such an injured, gorgeous baby bird of prey. Your hard work is not going unnoticed. THANK YOU!
Kathy Ingallinera
July 08, 2012
Thanks for your work with Phoenix! Making a donation. I have been volunteering at a raptor rehab center in Sitka, Alaska for 15 years and know first hand the hard work you guys do.
Sophie's mom
July 06, 2011

I am constantly amazed at the sheer number of animals you help, your dedication to your organization and it's mission and above all your selfless giving of your time, talent, blood, sweat and tears to help the birds and mammals impacted by humans.

We are incredibly fortunate to have you and your volunteers serving our community- doing what you do not for fame or fortune but because it's simply the right thing to do for the creatures we share this planet with.
May 08, 2011
Amazing how far you've come! From a small 300 sqft stinky/yucky shack at the Nature Center to this amazing rehabilitation/education center making it on your own and doing it VERY WELL--you're a SUCCESS WRCNU!!! I'm watching you grow and grow, becoming more than the "Largest Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Utah" by changing how Utahans’ think and act when encountering our wild Utah and gaining the public following/support to match the size of the service you provide (almost 1,700 animals in 2010?—WOW!). Thank you for what you do!
Nina K.
April 11, 2011
You guys are awesome! You have done so much even when the odds were against you. I'm very proud to have worked along side you to help make a difference.

With the amazing work you've done, you've got yourselves a growing fan base, even all the way across the pond here in Ireland. :)
March 09, 2011
A Friend posted the following blog comment on The Wilderness Society's "Tell us about the Mama Grizzlies you know!" Thanks Hagen!

"Mama Grizzly" by any other

Submitted by Hagen on Wed, 03/09/2011 - 10:02.

"Mama Grizzly" by any other name would be DaLyn Erickson of Ogden Utah! DaLyn has devoted her life to first repairing the damage of the human impact on our native wildlife and then educating the public on ways to reduce the impact and bring about appreciation for the wildlife and wild habitat around us. DaLyn is the much underpaid Executive Director and Wildlife Specialist of a fledgling nonprofit: Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah ( www.WRCNU.org ). She has worked privately in the avian field for over 20 years and in 2001 found an opening at a local Nature Center caring for education animals as well as rehabilitation of native migratory birds. The nature center shutdown the program in 2009, but the need for her services was so great that a group of Founders spawned the WRCNU. 2010 brought almost 1,700 animals to WRCNU and as always DaLyn was there (365 days/year) working 10-16 hours each day with her loyal all volunteer group of over 145 youths to seniors. There is no greater dedication than that given by THIS MAMA GRIZZLY!

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