Regina Whitman, Wildlife Rehabilitator

Regina Whitman, Founder, Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator 30+ years


Desert Cry Wildlife, Inc. is a facility founded for the rescue and rehabilitation of Native Wild animals with the goal of returning them to the wild life where they were born to live. When an animal cannot be released, due to permanent disability, it is afforded life long care.


Regina Whitman has been recognized as an expert in the husbandry and rehabilitation of Jackrabbits (Hares). As a presenter/lecturer at both the National Wildlife Rehabilitation Assoc. and the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council, she has published papers and established an accepted protocol for the captive rearing and release of these magnificent creatures.

So it is fitting that this website contains the following information, that others may join with Regina in the quest to Ban Hare Coursing, a cruel "sport" that is still practiced in Ireland.

Ban Hare Coursing!

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