Other ways you can help support our burros!

Just for fun!

The burros love various toys to play with and this two-handled jolly ball would be a real treat for their play times they have with each other!

Please help our burros here at Wild Burro Rescue! Your donations are very much appreciated:)

Our summer project





Winters can be very harsh here in the Sierras. Our older burros really appreciate warm blankets to shield them from cold, blustery winds that come down the mountain.



And of course the main food for our burros is hay! Lots  and lots of hay to keep them strong and healthy! Your donation helps us in the day to day care and feeding of the burros and keeps their hay supply always full!



You can help



here are some ways...

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by Karen Gilligan, VP WBR

We can use your help this summer with the Fly Predator system we will be using. We will be needing roughly 200,000 predators every 3 weeks, possibly more as the summer wears on. This process is going to cost approximately $400.00 per month. 

We could use your help to defray the cost! Would you like to purchase a month's supply for our burros?


You can help! We now accept Venmo payments: @diana-chontos

Pay Pal users go into your Pay Pal app/ account and hit the "send to" button and enter wildburrorescue@gmail.com.


Any amount you can spare would be gratefully appreciated!

Wild Burro Rescue And Preservation Project

We have quite a few 'old timers' here at the sanctuary. They need special feedings of grain and Senior Feed to help supplement their diet of hay.



Once in a while we still get new baby burros from  pregnant burros taken from the wild. Sometimes they are orphaned by their own mothers as was the case of this baby burro. Babies need special dietary needs.