Your Wildlife Counts is a free-to-use program that has been created specifically to raise awareness, funds, and research to help our native wildlife. The app makes you an active participant in the future welfare of this cause. This program makes every wild animal’s life matter and count towards a better future for our natural world. This app allows you to truly count a death to save a life!
Each "count" raises funds used for the benefit of injured native wildlife. Each "count" also gives valuable insight into the locations where impacts on the road are more frequent. The data will then be analyzed and hopefully used to address major areas of concern. WREN will have data available for the use of government agencies or private efforts targeting conservation or roadway improvements.
Your Wildlife Counts is a program created by Wildlife Resources and Education Network. WREN is a registered 501c-3 non-profit organization (EIN 47-3844358), with a mission to raise the standard of care in wildlife rehabilitation and help foster a more positive relationship between humans and our native wildlife. If you choose to pledge (and we hope you do!), your contributions can be considered as tax write offs. If you work for a corporation that matches employee donations, please alert them of your contributions so that your impact will double! Keep up with WREN at wrencertified.org
Click "read more" to see frequently asked questions about the program!
March 27, 2017
Counting for free is here! Download the app and count our deceases wildlife...If you want to make your influence stretch further, then click on one of the ads on the count screen. Each click provid
March 11, 2017
WREN is excited for a change coming that allows anyone to count for free! While we recommend pledging a small amount, we now offer a solution for those that choose to count for free. So download th
November 07, 2016
This program works when each animal's life is counted. This means, no single animal will die without counting toward the benefit of another injured animal. Spread the word, count, and help save