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www.humanesociety.org/resources/how-find-wildlife-rehabilitator

Found an orphaned, injured or sick wild animal? Once you're sure the animal needs help, contact a local wildlife rehabilitator. Find a wildlife rehabilitator using  ...

www.wildliferescueleague.org

Wildlife Rescue League is a non-profit providing care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife with the intent of releasing them back into their habitat.

citywildlife.org

Rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife in DC.

citywildlife.org/found-animal

The animal needs to be brought to a wildlife rehabilitator if: ... Injured and sick animals often need urgent care and our delayed response time results in delaying ...

dwr.virginia.gov/wildlife/injured/rehabilitators

Please remember it is illegal to keep or care for orphaned, sick, or injured wildlife unless you are a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Please be mindful that ...

dwr.virginia.gov/wildlife/injured

More than 75 percent of such orphans “rescued” every spring should have been left alone. Most wild animals are dedicated parents and will not abandon their ...

www.fairfaxcounty.gov/wildlife/injured-and-orphaned-wildlife

Wildlife rehabilitators are required to have a valid Virginia permit. Information on how to become a certified wildlife rehabilitator OR to contact a certified wildlife ...

www.wildlifecenter.org/wildlife-help-and-advice

If you find a sick or injured wild animal or a baby animal in need of intervention, please contact the Wildlife Center or a permitted wildlife rehabilitator in your area  ...

www.wildlifecenter.org/sick-and-injured-wildlife

Unless otherwise instructed by a permitted wildlife rehabilitator or veterinarian, do not feed or give water to the animal. Food can often end up making an injured  ...

www.scwc.org

Find another licensed wildlife rehabilitator in Maryland that might be open. ... ill, and injured wild animals, and to advise our community on helping animals.