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Contact information
For information on wildlife rehabilitation, contact:
Amanda Kamps
Wildlife rehabilitation/captive wildlife liaison
Bureau of Wildlife Management

Wildlife rehabilitation directory

Click on the map below to locate a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in your area. Please note that this listing only represents a portion of Wisconsin's licensed wildlife rehabilitators. Contact the DNR's call center available 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. if you are having trouble locating a wildlife rehabilitator in your area. If you are a licensed Wisconsin wildlife rehabilitator and would like to be added to our webpage, please contact Wildlife Health.

Until transport to a licensed wildlife rehabilitator can be arranged, any sick, injured and/or orphaned wildlife should be placed inside a ventilated container in a dark, warm and quiet place away from human disturbances, such as children and pets. Do not provide food or water, as this can do more harm than good if the animal is not in optimal body condition or offered the wrong diet. Recommendations for Transporting Wildlife [PDF]

Licensed wildlife rehabilitators

Click to view licensed wildlife rehabilitator information Barron Brown Burnett Dane Dunn Eau Claire Lafayette Langlade Manitowoc Milwaukee Oconto Oneida Ozaukee Polk Portage Sauk Vernon Walworth Washburn Washington Waukesha Waupaca Winnebago Wood

Wildlife rehabilitation advisory committee

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Advisory Committee (WRAC) advises the department on wildlife rehabilitation and captive wildlife related topics. Specific information about WRAC operations can be found in the new bylaws [PDF] and position description [PDF] documents.

Last revised: Monday June 02 2014