The National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association Grants Program awards research grants in the field of wildlife rehabilitation, including wildlife medicine and wildlife education. NWRA encourages and supports wildlife rehabilitation organizations in conducting independent and/or collaborative research projects. Post-release studies are vital for determining post-release survival, dispersal, reproductive success, and behavior of rehabilitated wildlife. Such studies also offer an opportunity to evaluate and compare the successfulness of varying approaches utilized in modern rehabilitation practices. Wildlife rehabilitation is a young science and frequently is criticized for its lack of quantitative evidence describing survivorship, behavioral responses, and

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