About Reunite Wildlife

ReuniteWildlife, Inc. was founded in 2012 for the purpose of helping native wildlife by researching and teaching best practices for how to reunite displaced young animals with their families in the wild.  The project is a multi-year effort involving wildlife rehabilitators from all over North America. Our goal is to promote the practice of reuniting juvenile wildlife as a first priority within the profession of wildlife rehabilitation.

Reunite Wildlife offers information and training for licensed wildlife rehabilitators through this website, at national and state professional conferences, through online courses, and through print publications, in partnership with the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council and the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association.  Reunite Wildlife is sponsored in part by the Humane Society of the United States.    

Executive Director:  Anne G. Miller, Birmingham, AL

Board of Directors

President, Carol McWhorter, Birmingham, AL
Vice President, Laura Simon, New Haven, Ct.
Treasurer, Dody Wyman, Ann Arbor, Michigan


Rebecca Dmytryk, Moss Landing, CA
John Griffin, Washington, D.C.
Elizabeth Hanrahan, Okracoke, NC
Jay Holcomb, Fairfield, CA
Diane Nickerson, Titusville, NJ