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www.wildliferehabinfo.org

 

WELCOME to the source on the web for information on wildlife rehabilitation.

Here you will find information on what to do with injured wildlife and who to contact.

 

Information is provided for the public and for the professional wildlife rehabilitator.

Many links are provided to sites of interest relating to the field.

Information is also presented about wildlife in general that will appeal to everyone, so enjoy!

 

Click on the link above for a listing of contact people by country, province, or state.

 

These are the people to contact when you find an injured or orphaned wild animal. 

Locate the one closest to your area.

They may be able to help you or give you emergency care instructions for 24 hrs and possibly, numbers of rehabilitators closer to your area that may not be listed here. 

Please, call these people FIRST!

 

NOTE:  

If you are listed on these pages, and you have changes to your listings,

please send them in an email to:   twlrid @ gmail.com (remove spaces)

 

 

If you cannot locate someone near you, call the local provincial or state 

DNR or MNR office or your federal migratory birds permitting office

for a list of licensed individuals in your area. 

Or you can contact your local Humane Society, Animal Control

or Veterinarian for assistance in locating a rehabilitator.

 

 

If this is an EMERGENCY and you have an INJURED wild animal that needs IMMEDIATE assistance, contact your local veterinarian or emergency veterinary clinic, humane society, animal control, or police department for assistance.

 

 

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Disclaimer:  The advice found on these pages is NOT intended as a do it yourself guide.  All native wildlife needs to be in the skilled hands of a licensed wildlife rehabilitator,  and any medical care must be provided by licensed veterinarians.

If you have an emergency with an injured wild animal, contact your local animal control or humane society for immediate assistance.  

This page last updated 11/27/2012 02:14 AM