All Wildlife Rescue and
AWRE is a non-profit organization devoted to rescuing and
rehabilitating wildlife and educating the community to
respect and be aware of wildlife and their environment.
Animals in Distress Association, Inc.
Animals In Distress Association, Inc. (AIDA) is a non profit
volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue,
rehabilitation and successful release of injured, displaced
and orphaned wildlife.
Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin
Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary began in 1935 as a waterfowl
rehabilitation site. Today, it continues to receive over
3,000 injured, orphaned and sick animals each year. Their
goal is to release as many of these rehabilitated animals
back into the wild as possible.
Black Bear Crossing
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Canton Raptor Care
Location: Canton, Connecticut
CRC is a 501c(3) non-profit
organization that admits sick and orphaned birds of prey and
reconditions them so they can be returned to the wild.
Citizens for the Preservation of Wildlife, Inc. (CPW)
Location: Fairfax, Virginia.
CPW is an
all-volunteer organization. They provide waterfowl rescue
and rehabilitation to injured, orphaned, displaced, or at
risk waterfowl. Volunteers respond to thousands of calls
each year from local counties, states, and nationally. The
Center has State and Federally Permitted Wildlife
Rehabilitators, who maintain a current required Permit to
rehab Migratory Birds.
The Center’s Waterfowl Rehabber provides rescue to
injured waterfowl, triage on seriously life and death
matters to waterfowl, and rehabilitates all waterfowl.
Volunteers spend all their free time responding to incoming
calls, conducting rescues, transporting injured animals to
Vets and Hospitals, and assisting with the care and
maintenance of the Aviary where wildlife is sheltered and
rehabbed until released back into their habitat, and to
Location: Andover, Connecticut
Location: Ada, Michigan
6749 East Fulton Ste B-424
Duck Tales Sanctuary is a federally licensed, non-profit
organization. They specialize in wild migratory ducks. They
are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of
all wild migratory ducks. They provide their medical
attention needed in all situations especially for ducks who
have been abandoned, abused or are victims of natural
disasters. We love JoAnn!
Location: Chandler, Arizona
East Valley Wildlife is
a non-profit organization of wildlife volunteers who work in
their their home to care for songbirds, quail, water birds,
waterfowl and small mammals like bunnies and squirrels.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Sanctuary
Location: Ellijay, Georgia
The Ellijay Wildlife
Rehabilitation Sanctuary is a 50-acre facility that
medically cares for all species of orphaned and injured
wildlife indigenous to Georgia and the southeast.
Location: Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
1985 and incorporated in 1991, Fellow Mortals is one of the
largest wildlife rehabilitation facilities in Wisconsin.
Foothills Animal Rescue is a federally permitted volunteer
group dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of injured
and orphaned wildlife encompassing the entire area of
upstate South Carolina and part of Hendersonville, North
Location: Kane County, Illinois
The Fox Valley
Wildlife Center is a nonprofit, volunteer rehabilitation
center that cares for orphaned and injured wild birds and
mammals located in Kane County, Illinois.
Location: Falls Church, Virginia
dedicated to building better communities though innovative,
effective, and humane solutions to wildlife conflicts.
Goose Hollow Farm
Location: New Ipswich, New Hampshire
Contact: Lance dePlante
Founded in 1984, Goose Hollow Farm, has both State and
Federal permits which allow them to maintain Canada geese
who are healthy but cannot fly due to injury. GHF is
comprised of 15 acres with 1 mile of shoreline on a lake and
river and is a natural setting for waterfowl. We love Lance!
Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary
Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary is a
family owned, not-for-profit bird sanctuary, located in
northeastern Cattaraugus County New York.
International Bird Rescue
Location: San Pedro and Fairfield, California
The International Bird Rescue Research Center
(IBRRC) is dedicated to mitigating the human impact on
aquatic birds and other wildlife, worldwide. This is
achieved through emergency response, education, research and
The International Wild Waterfowl Association (IWWA) was
established in 1958 by a group of farsighted aviculturists,
conservationists, and ornithologists. Members include
private aviculturists, students, researchers,
conservationists, educators, zoo professionals, and
waterfowl enthusiasts from around the world.
Ripley Waterfowl Sanctuary
Located in Litchfield, Connecticut.
Wildlife Care & Educations Center
Location: Orchard Park, NY
PO Box 508
Location: St. Cloud, Minnesota
Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA) is dedicated to
improving and promoting the profession of wildlife
rehabilitation and its contributions to preserving natural
New York State Wildlife
Location: Owego, New York
The New York State
Wildlife Rehabilitation Council, Inc (NYSWRC pronounced
"Nice Work!") is a not-for-profit statewide organization
that has been in existence for 20 years. The primary goal of
their membership-based organization is to promote
professionalism in the field of wildlife rehabilitation and
to provide wildlife rehabilitators with educational and
Pennsylvania Association of
PAWR's goal is to further
wildlife rehabilitation and wildlife in the state of
Pennsylvania. Website contains a locator map to help you
locate a rehabber in Pennsylvania:
Possumwood Acres Wildlife Sanctuary
Location: North Carolina
Possomwood Acres is a non-profit center whose goal is to
treat and release each animal back to the wild. Many animals
come to us due to conflicts with people, being attacked by
cats and dogs or being picked up as presumed orphans.
They are state and federally licensed.
Old Hickory Lake Wildlife and Recreation
The purpose of this website is to
inform the public of the resources available for waterfowl
wildlife rescue on Old Hickory Lake in Tennessee.
Location: San Diego, California
cares for injured, orphaned, and sick native wildlife of San
Diego County, and releases rehabilitated animals back into
their natural habitats.
Raptor Education Group, Inc.
Location: Antigo, Wisconsin
Raptor Education Group,
Inc is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to
caring for injured or orphaned avian wildlife.
The Regal Swan Foundation, Inc.
Committed to the humane treatment and veterinary medical
care of swans worldwide.
Rehabilitation Association (SWRA)
Location: Salem, Oregon
SWRA is dedicated to the
wildlife in and surrounding the community of Salem, Oregon.
They work closely with the Oregon Department of Fish and
Wildlife Department to meet its goals of rehabilitating
native wildlife and releasing them back into the wild. Their
licensed wildlife rehabilitators rely on your donations and
often their own pockets to nurse the sick, injured and
orphaned animals back to health.
Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research Inc.
Location: Newark, Delaware
private, non-profit wildlife rehabilitation organization
located in Newark, Delaware. Provides professional care for
injured, oiled & orphaned wild birds, from hummingbirds to
bald eagles, at its modern medical rehabilitation facility.
Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine Wildlife Rehabbers
Location: North Grafton, Massachussetts
The Wildlife Clinic at Tufts regularly lectures, publishes
and helps prepare web-based educational materials, and has a
major commitment to improving the skills of veterinarians
and rehabilitators to enhance the care that is given to
native wildlife everywhere.
UWR is a Colorado-based Non-profit organization with a
Water N' Webs Waterbird Rehabilitation Center
P.O. Box 514,
Northford, CT 06472
A non-profit water bird rescue and
rehabilitation centre founded in 1995 and run by licensed,
highly skilled rehabilitators. They provide compassionate,
quality care to water birds statewide. Also admitting
domestic waterfowl, songbirds and fawn deer.
Webbed Foot Wildlife
Location: Litchfield, CT
Webbed Foot Wildlife
is a unique wildlife care facility that specializes in
treating waterfowl, birds of prey, shorebirds, game birds
and wading birds. They maintain state and federal permits
that allow them to care for wildlife.
Contact: Michele Goodman: (860) 307-7870
Wildlife Rescue, Inc.
Location: Hampstead, Maryland
Inc. (formerly Wild Bird Rescue, Inc.) was founded in 1994
as an organization committed to the rehabilitative care of
wild birds. It is an all-volunteer network of licensed
wildlife rehabilitators, veterinarians, transporters and
other interested individuals dedicated to the rescue,
rehabilitation and return to the wild of sick, orphaned and
injured birds and small mammals in and around central
Waterbird Conservancy Inc.
Location: Grand Cane, Louisiana
Conservancy Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization
headquartered in Grand Cane, Louisiana. Wild Waterbird
Conservancy specializes in rehabilitation, husbandry and
medicine of waterbird species.
Wildlife Rehab of
Greenville South Carolina
Location: Greenville, South Carolina
of Greenville South Carolina is a non-profit, all volunteer
organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of
injured and orphaned wildlife in the seven counties of the
Wildlife Rehabber has a list of rehabbers by
state. WildlifeRehabber.com consists of 4 main areas. The
Wildlife section provides the public with general wildlife
information (assistance with nuisance wildlife, what to do
when finding orphaned/injured wildlife, etc). The Contacts
section is key in helping the public locate a rehabilitator
near them. The Shopping section provides links to online
sources of wildlife oriented books, coupons and
rehabilitation supplies. The Rehabilitation database is
available exclusively to WildlifeRehabber.com members.
Wild Wings of California
Location: San Dimas, California
Wild Wings is a
nonprofit rehabilitation center for sick and injured native
birds located in San Dimas, California. We have been helping
injured birds get back into the wild since 1987.
Wild Wings Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Inc.
Old Greenwich, CT
(203) 637-9822 or (203) 967-2121
Wildlife Rehabilitator Contacts by State
Follow this link. Click on "Emergency." Then click on "Find
Rehabilitator." Complete form for a listing of certified
rehabbers near you. Please remember to donate!