Back to the Wild in 'serious financial crisis'

Aaron Krause • Mar 19, 2014 at 12:34 PM

Back to the Wild director and founder Mona Rutger wants to make one thing clear: She and her husband, Bill, don't plan on closing the center's doors.

"I will find a way to keep these doors open," Rutger said, referring to the Castalia wildlife rehabilitation and nature education center. Each year, the center receives more than 2,500 injured and orphaned wild animals.

She said she's been inundated with calls from people who said they've heard from media reports or other sources that Back to the Wild plans to close.

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