Found an Animal?

If you've found an animal and think it might need help, you've come to the right place? Every year, we receive thousands of calls about injured, orphaned, and sick wildlife. In many cases, we find that the animal is not actually in need of rescue!

So, how do you know if an animal needs help or not? Check out the links below for information on what to do if you find an animal that you think needs help and for advice on how to capture and transport injured and orphaned animals. And as always, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to give us a call at 419-684-9539!

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Orphaned Birds

Click HERE to learn more about what to do if you find an injured or orphaned baby bird.

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Injured Adults

Click HERE to learn about adult mammals and birds and HERE for information on reptiles and amphibians.

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Orphaned Mammals

Click HERE to learn more about what to do if you find an injured or orphaned baby mammal.

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Nuisance Wildlife

Click HERE to learn more about "nuisance" wildlife and non-lethal ways to manage.

Not in our area? No problem!

Whether you are in Ohio or in another state, there are many amazing wildlife rehabilitation centers out there. To find a rehabber near you or to learn more about how you can become a rehabilitator yourself, check out the Ohio Wildlife Rehabilitators Association at owra.org! 

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