"The Juneau Raptor Center is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of all bird species. We treat over 200 birds a year with about 20% being raptors mostly bald eagles."
Small Mammals, Large Mammals, Rabies Vector Species, Passerines, Raptors, Water/Sea Birds, Waterfowl, Reptiles/Amphibians
"We are an Alabama licensed facility that can receive, rehabilitate and release rabies vector species (Raccoon, skunk, bat, coyote and fox). Our state and federal permits authorize BBWS to accept, rehabilitate and release all native mammals (including White-tailed Deer), all species of birds (...
Other Sources For Locating Wildlife Rehabilitators
Your state game department, which issues permits to rehabilitators. Many now have current listings of state permitted wildlife rehabbers and wildlife rehabilitation facilities on their websites.
Animal control agency and humane shelters.
Not all rehabbers are listed in directories. You may need to make phone calls to other rehabbers within your state to get referrals to someone closer. Please remember that the majority of wildlife rehabilitators are volunteers that care for wildlife at their homes. Most do not get paid or reimbursed (many also work fulltime during the day). If you reach an answering machine, please listen carefully because there will often be drop-off instructions on the message.