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  How To Locate a Wildlife Rehabilitator 

When you find an injured animal, it is important to know who to contact for information on what to do and where to bring the animal.

Below are links to listings of wildlife rehabilitators/centers by country, province and state.

It is by no means a complete listing of rehabbers, but the individuals and groups listed here may be able to help or refer you to an appropriate person in your area.

If you do not find a specific contact person in your area, call your provincial or state local Game & Fish Department, Ministry or Department of Natural Resources, Animal Control Office,  Humane Society, or veterinarian. These individuals often will know of local wildlife rehabilitation facilities and can give you their numbers.

 

If you have a badly injured animal and need to reach someone immediately,

contact your local veterinarian, emergency veterinary clinic,

humane society or animal control for assistance.

Rehabilitators: Would you like to be listed here?   Yes, please list me.

NOTE:  This is the original TWRID Find a Wildlife Rehabilitator website listings which were first published in 1996 and are copyrighted materials.

A copy of these pages were taken from the old website (verbatim) and are being used illegally without our permission on another website.

If you are listed there, you may want to ask that your listing be removed from that site as it is there without your (or our) permission.


U.S. Contacts (by State):

A-M  State Listings

N-Z   State Listings

International Contacts (Canada and outside of the U.S.)




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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 01:46 AM