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Walden's Puddle

Last Updated: 8/28/2014 2:37:22 PM

Nonprofit

Walden's Puddle

Address

P.O. Box 641


Joelton, TN 37080-0641
Davidson

Primary Phone

(615) 299-9938 x25

Primary Fax

(615) 876-2388

Contact Email

lane@lanebrody.com

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CEO/Executive Director

Board Chair Lane Brody

Board Chair

Ms. Lane Brody

Board Chair Company Affiliation

Community Volunteer

Board Members

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Year of Incorporation

1992

Former Names

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walden's puddle
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Overview

Walden's Puddle (WP) is committed to wildlife rehabilitation, education and conservation.  WP provides care and treatment to sick, injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife that are brought to us by people from all over Tennessee, with the goal being to return the rehabilitated animals to the wild. We also provide hands-on environmental, educational and conservation programs for Middle Tennessee residents including the Scouts, college students, children and seniors in various settings, that will help them live with a greater appreciation for the wildlife around them.  These programs educate the public on: wildlife ethics, welfare and laws; what to do if you find an injured or abandoned animal; and the services we provide at Walden's Puddle.

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Programs

Wildlife Rehabilitation

Instructional Outreach

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Financials

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Projected Revenue

$370,000

Projected Expenses

$360,000

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