Florida Wildlife Rehabilitators


Independent Facility ``Orphaned/injured raccoon kits ``Member NWRA FWRA IWRC ``Registered Nurse

Alachua County & Gainesville

352.371.4400 - 24 hr helpline for all native Florida wildlife state wide - accepting animals in 11 counties of north central FL. PLEASE do not email us about an animal that needs help - call us! Florida's fastest growing Wildlife Center conserving Flori

Panama City


Daytona Beach

Additional contact numbers 386-767-2500 386-767-4339. Care of orphaned and injured mammals such as squirrels raccoons opossums wild rabbits bats foxes otters etc. Also provide limited nuisance wild animal assistance (licensed trapper). Referrals to b

Palm City

Wildlife Recovery and Human Discovery A 501c3 charitable corporation that operates a comprehensive wildlife hospital treating all native species, from squirrels to bobcats, rabbits to deer, songbirds to eagles, and turtles to alligators. We see between 1

Key Largo




Old Town

I specialize in raccoons skunks foxes squirrels fawns and opossums but we take anything with fur and 4 legs or a shell (as in armadillo) and 4 legs.


(239) 462 3644
CROW was established in 1968. we treat birds mammals and reptiles.

Lake Mary

Veterinary Technician >16yrs (avian exotics and wildlife) Wildlife Biologist >6yrs(field) FWC/USDA permit: Bat and Gopher Tortoise rescue, rehabilitation, education and conservation.


(904) 692-1777
HAWKE The Humane Association of Wildlife Kare & Education (copyright) is a nont for profit wildlife center in St Johns Co ( NE Florida) Ms Stage has been helping wildlife since 1979 and is a leading expert in raising and the care of river otters *incorrec


We handle all birds turtles tortoises and non RVS mammals. Native wildlife Only please. We cover all of Citrus County help for Hernando and Pasco Counties.




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Additional Resources

These listings are available to assist you in locating a permitted wildlife rehabilitator in the event you have found orphaned or injured wildlife.

Directory listings submitted by users, are provided as a courtesy, and should not be construed an endorsement or an indication of the accuracy of the listing.

Most state wildlife agencies maintain a current list of licensed or permitted rehabilitators. A link to your state agency's contact information, website, and their listing of permitted rehabilitators and wildlife rehabilitation facilities (if available) is included in this list.

Other Sources For Locating Local Wildlife Rehabilitators

  • Emergency vet clinics.
  • Veterinary clinics.
  • Animal control agencies
  • 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.

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