Wildlife Rescue Resources

April 18, 2024

Wisconsin is a wonderful place to view many varieties of wildlife. But there are also times when a wild animal or wild bird needs human assistance for survival. But there are many times where a human’s well meaning intervention actually can do more harm than good.
An easy way to make sure you’re making the right choice is to contact an expert right away. By saving wildlife rehabilitation phone numbers into your phone today, you have the resource you may need in the future. If you’re at the park and find a baby bird or if you’re driving and you see a fawn in a ditch on the side of the road, you’ll know exactly who to call for answers. So pull out your phone right now and save these numbers:
Northwoods Wildlife Center (Minocqua) 715-356-7400
Raptor Education Group (Antigo) 715-623-4015
Wild Instincts (Rhinelander) 715-362-9453
This simple step may help you to save a life one day!

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