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Friends of Wildlife
PO Box 1505
Ann Arbor, MI 48106

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Friends of Wildlife's Biannual Newsletter

Information about Living with Wildlife and Caring for Wildlife

Friends of Wildlife publishes a newsletter for our rehabilitators, our supporters, and the public in general. Our newsletter includes information about wildlife-related events, suggestions for living with urban wildlife, stories about unusual rehabilitation cases, updates on Michigan policies regarding wildlife rehabilitation, and much more. The newsletter comes out in the Spring and Winter. It is mailed to active rehabilitators and to people who have made donations to Friends of Wildlife. Free copies are sometimes available at veterinary clinics, pet supply stores, and other businesses in the Ann Arbor area.

Newsletters available for download:
Winter 2014 (7 MB PDF file)
Winter 2013 (6 MB PDF file)
Winter 2012 (3 MB PDF file)
Summer 2011 (3 MB PDF file)
Summer 2009 (400 KB PDF file)
2007 Fall - FOW Newsletter (1.6 MB PDF file)
2007 Spring - FOW Newsletter (1.3 MB PDF file)

If you would like to receive our newsletter by mail, please visit our "Make a Donation" page for details on becoming a Friends of Wildlife supporter. Any size donation will be welcome and your name will be added to our mailing list.

Write for the Newsletter

The Friends of Wildlife newsletter welcomes submissions! We can use interesting stories about rehabilitation cases (we know that anyone who has done wildlife rehabilitation will have plenty of stories!), articles that may instruct the public on living with wildlife, reports on changes in the laws and techniques of rehabilitation, reviews of books or conferences, etc. Wildlife artwork and photographs are appreciated. We welcome suggestions for articles as well. If you are interested in writing for our newsletter or you want to suggest a topic for us to cover, please email Friends of Wildlife at friendsofwildlifeMI@gmail.com.