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The Alabama Wildlife Center operates almost entirely through voluntary efforts. Work with compassionate and dedicated like-minded people to keep our mission thriving. Come help make a difference for the lives of Alabama’s native wild birds. One-of-a-kind experiences await you!
Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center rescues and rehabilitates native wildlife that has been injured, displaced, and orphaned in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Once rehabilitated, they are returned to the wild. Sanctuary is provided to animals that cannot be released back to the wild.
Educational and humane scientific research opportunities are offered in the field of conservation medicine, including advice on coexisting with wildlife and the importance of native wildlife to healthy ecosystems.
NWBR intends to create a sustainable, accessible wild avian rehabilitation clinic to serve injured and orphaned wild birds in NWA and the surrounding region.
Education is a foundation for wildlife preservation. We will offer many educational opportunities to engage the public and raise awareness of local avian wildlife.
Our patients would not have a true home without environmental conservation. We will actively promote environmental awareness and conservation through the preservation of our wild avian species
We are dedicated to improving and strengthening the animal-human bond and quality of life in the Northwest Arkansas region
California Wildlife Center takes responsibility for the protection of native wildlife through rehabilitation, education, and conservation. It is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of native California species, who otherwise would be left to suffer from the effects of human encroachment, habitat destruction and environmental damage.
Rescue, Rehab, Release
Clearwater Marine Aquarium staff and volunteers work each day to rescue marine life and provide the most advanced and effective care to maximize the opportunity to return sick or injured animals to their homes. The animals that come through our doors arrive because they are suffering from an illness or severe injury. Many of our animals are found by local residents, fishermen, park rangers or even visitors to the area.
The FWC envisions a Florida where fish and wildlife are abundant and thriving in healthy and connected natural landscapes with vital working lands and waterways; where natural resources are valued and safely enjoyed by all; and wherein natural systems support vibrant human communities and a strong economy.
1981 Lick Creek Road
McCall, ID 83638
Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in McCall, Idaho that specializes in the rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife and provides native habitat and natural conditions that help rehabilitated wildlife assimilate back into the wild upon release.
23956 Green Acres Rd.
Dow, IL 62022
TreeHouse Wildlife Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1979 dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of native wildlife while promoting environmental awareness through education.
Hoosier Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation is committed to aiding injured, orphaned, and sick wildlife native to Indiana. Our core service is to provide state-licensed care to these animals with the goal of releasing them back into the wild. This includes but is not limited to providing veterinary care, housing, and raising orphaned babies and juveniles. We are also committed to promoting healthy human-wildlife relationships via educational programs for schools, events, and community outreach initiatives.
328 MAIN ST., STE. 208
AMES, IA 50010
PROVIDING PROFESSIONAL WILDLIFE RESCUE, MEDICAL TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION OF NATIVE WILDLIFE IN CENTRAL IOWA.
23375 Guthrie Road
Linwood, KS 66052
We are advocates for wildlife, providing professional rehabilitation services for injured and orphaned wild animals and wildlife education for citizens of northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri.
375 Mountain Road,
Cape Neddick, ME 03902
Center for Wildlife is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to cultivate and strengthen relationships between humans, wildlife and the environment resulting in a healthier, more sustainable community.
7101 Barcellona Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20879
Founded in 1995, Second Chance Wildlife Center is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit facility providing skilled and compassionate emergency treatment and long-term rehabilitative care to injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife with the goal of releasing healthy animals back to their intended roles in nature.
4011 Main St
Barnstable, MA 02630
The Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center is a program of the New England Wildlife Centers. We run two non-profit wildlife veterinary hospitals and education centers located in Barnstable and Weymouth, Massachusetts. Together we work to provide veterinary and rehabilitative care to sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals.
Call For The Wild Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to connect people with nature and inspire them to help protect and restore wildlife and wild places. While our goal is to educate, motivate, and inspire the public, our primary mission is to fund the critical work being done in the areas of wildlife rescue, research, and conservation by our partner organizations.
If you are a 501(c)(3) organization meeting all of the following criteria:
- Permitted, certified, and sanctioned
- Working in the field directly on wildlife rescue, research, or conservation
- Eligible for funding
- Interested in potentially being a recipient of Call For The Wild funds
We invite you to fill out the following form!