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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  ...


Rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife in DC. ... Found an Animal? Found an Animal? Get Wildlife Assistance. Our Programs. Rehabilitation Center.


In general, if you can approach a wild animal and it does not run or fly away, it probably needs help. The animal needs to be brought to a wildlife rehabilitator if:.


This is a comprehensive list of wildlife rehabilitators statewide. It is accurate and up-to-date. If there is no listing for your city/county, look for a rehabilitator in an ...


Local Resources (VA, DC, MD). Wildlife Centers and Rescue Groups. Virginia Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators. Virginia. Maryland Licensed Wildlife ...


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. ... of Wildlife Resources...


The Wildlife Center of Virginia can also assist wildlife rescuers with finding a local rehabilitator. For information, please call the Wildlife Center at 540.942.9453.


Find another licensed wildlife rehabilitator in Maryland that might be open. Click this link https://mwrawildlife.org/referral-directory/; Call your local Animal ...


Oct 28, 2020 ... ... animal does need human intervention and care, please contact your local animal control bureau or licensed wildlife rehabilitator in your area.


You also may be able to locate licensed wildlife rehabilitators through your town or county animal control office, humane society, local veterinarian, or animal ...