BACK TO THE WILD, a 501-C3 non-profit corporation that manages a wildlife rehabilitation center in northwest Ohio. Its primary mission is to rehabilitate and ultimately release into their natural habitat, injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife.  BACK TO THE WILD also presents educational programs to schools, youth groups, park districts and community organizations. For further information, contact Mona Rutger at 419-684-9539 or e-mail

This center is completely non-funded, depending solely on private contributions and donations from many caring individuals and organizations throughout the community. Many volunteers offer helping hands to allow the center to continue this important work. Volunteer jobs range from cage cleaning, cage construction and repair, grounds maintenance, office work, answering phone calls regarding a wild animal crisis, clinic work, fund-raising and providing educational tours to visitors at the center.

Featured here are but a few of the invaluable volunteers who have contributed so much over the years to the success of Back To The Wild. Click on a thumbnail picture here to get a full-size, complete picture in a new browser window. Simply close that new window and this page will still be here for your next choice.

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BACK TO THE WILD wildlife rehabilitation center in Castalia, Ohio.

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This was last modified on February 9, 2003.

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