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Coulee Wildlife Rehabilitation Center - Suzanne Broten, Specialties: infant mammals and raptors. Call (608)483-2610 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
White Pine Wildlife Rehabilitation Center - Suzanne Broten, Specialties: infant squirrels. Call (715)723-8086 or E-mail email@example.com
White Pine Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
- John & June Owens. Call (715)877-2372 or E-mail
Pine View Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center
- Call (262)-692-9021 or E-mail
Atagahi Wildlife Haven - Angela
Martin Licari, CVT: Director/Founder of Atagahi Wildlife Haven. Specializing
in: raccoon, Wisconsin native wildlife, veterinary medicine (Certified
Veterinary Technician). Federal permit and 501(c)(3) status in progress.
Professional memberships: WWRA, NWRA, IWRC. Call (608) 444-7701 or E-mail
Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary
- a 700-acre urban wildlife refuge located at 1660 East Shore Drive in
Green Bay. We are one of the largest Wildlife Rehabilitation Sites in
Wisconsin. We are also Green Bay's largest city park. The Sanctuary is open
to the public year 'round with no admission fee. (920)391-3685
Fellow Mortals Wildlife Rehabilitation (Fellow Mortals, Inc.)
- We accept all species. Established in 1985 and incorporated in 1991,
Fellow Mortals is one of the largest wildlife rehabilitation facilities in
Wisconsin. Call 262-248-5055 or contact us through our web site.
Lakes Wildlife Center is a wildlife rehabilitation center located
in Madison, Wisconsin. We provide service to Madison and the surrounding
area including Dane County and most of South Central Wisconsin. Each year
we accept sick, injured, and orphaned or abandoned animals including
songbirds, bunnies, squirrels, ducks, and more from May through August. We
admit raptors year round.
Northwoods Wildlife Center
- accept all species. Call (715)356-7400 or E-mail
- licensed wildlife rehabilitator Specialties: orphan small mammals
(rabbits, squirrels, opposums, etc.). Call (608)437-4950 or E-mail
Critter Care Center
- Specialties: orphaned fawns and mature deer. Call (414)363-7523 or E-mail
The Feather Rehabilitation Center
- Specialties: birds of prey, waterfowl, whitetail deer, sandhill cranes,
all birds. Call (920)982-6578 or E-mail
Wind River Wildlife Rehabilitation
- Call (920)982-6825 or E-mail
Wildlife In Need Center Inc. (WINC)
- Call (262)968-5075 or E-mail
Windhover Wildlife Rehabilitation
- Call (414)639-0427 or E-mail
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Four Lakes Wildlife Center
- treats sick, orphaned, and injured wildlife May through August each year.
Dane County Humane Society Wildlife Program, 5132 Voges Rd., Madison, WI
Squirrel Connection - Susan S. Saliga specializing in
infant/juvenile squirrel care. If you find a baby squirrel, my website
tells you what to do until you locate a rehabber in your area. It also
provides a list of WI squirrel rehabbers by county, and links to listings
of rehabbers in other states as well.
Wildlife In Need Center
- Michelle Schwark, CVT. Specialties: squirrels, rabbits and raccoons. Call (920)927-5354.
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