ROSE WOLF WILDLIFE
RESCUE & REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
The Rose Wolf Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation
Center was begun by Nina Huff about 20 years ago in
Tuolumne County. Nina, with the help of her husband,
Tom, took in a variety of birds and mammals. Working
with local veterinarian, Dr. Robert Pollard, who had a
special interest in wildlife, they cared for all the sick,
injured or orphaned birds, fawns and other wildlife that
they could manage.
In 2002,Judy Herring joined the group as a volunteer
and decided what was needed was to incorporate as a
non-profit. That came to pass, and life became a lot
easier financially. Judy Herring now holds the position
of president. Nina retired in 2004 and Laura Murphy
came on board as Facilities Director. Laura continued
as Director until July of 2010 then turned the position
back over to Nina Huff. Laura is still very involved in our
program as a volunteer.
Rose Wolf is extremely fortunate to have received
continuing help from the Sonora Area Foundation,
making it possible for us to accomplish things we
otherwise could not do. They have now created a
Foundation Fund, thereby allowing us to receive
donations of property and bequests from estates.
Something we could not do before.
We continue to get donations from the community, for
which we are extremely grateful. Not having a
membership, the only way we can continue saving the
wildlife of Tuolumne County is through public donation.
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SAVING THE WILDLIFE OF TUOLUMNE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA