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wildlifecareassociation.com

GIVING WILDLIFE A SECOND CHANCE. WCA is dedicated to the Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Release of local wildlife. FOUND ANIMAL INFO · CONTACT US ...

www.maine.gov/ifw/fish-wildlife/wildlife/living-with-wildlife/orphaned-injured-wildlife/rehabilitation.html

Wildlife rehabilitators are permitted by the State of Maine to help injured, ... Professional wildlife rehabilitation offers many benefits – not only to wildlife, but also ....

www.co.bergen.nj.us/animal-shelter-adoption-center/injured-birds-baby-wildfire

Calling a local wildlife rehabilitator should be your first step to provide help for the animal. Finding a Wildlife Rehabilitator. The most important thing you can do ...

www.wildlifeillinois.org/get-help/help-injured-or-orphaned-wildlife

If you've found sick or injured wildlife, either leave the animal or bird where you found it and let nature take its course, or call a wildlife rehabilitator. Call the local &...

www.facebook.com/Squirreltopia

Squirreltopia Wildlife Rescue and Sanctuary, Bishopville, South Carolina. ... She's mad about it, but immediately snatched a yogurt ball from me after I trimmed ...

www.ohiowildlifecenter.org/found-an-animal

Call your local non-emergency police or sheriff to see if your city or township has animal control staff. You can hire our certified wildlife professionals at SCRAM!

www.wildlifedepartment.com/law/rehabilitator-list

While leaving these young animals alone is the best course of action, wildlife rehabilitators across the state will take in injured wildlife. To find a rehabilitator in  ...

dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/WildlifeHabitat/directory.html

Always call a licensed wildlife rehabilitator before assuming a wild animal needs help. Many wildlife ... You may also contact local Wildlife staff for assistance.

audubonportland.org/our-work/rehabilitate-wildlife/found-a-wild-animal

The Wildlife Care Center admits native wild patients and operates its Injured Wildlife Hotline ... Injured Wildlife Hotline: 503-292-0304 ... Wildlife Rescue Tips ...

www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/pdf/rehab_list.pdf

Jun 25, 2020 ... Injured, orphaned, or ill wildlife must be taken directly to a permitted wildlife rehabilitator and cannot be kept or cared for by any individual who ...