Wildlife Rehabilitators in Oneida County
What to know before you call
Rehabilitators often specialize in one or a few species. If you're not sure what type of animal you're calling about, check the animal categories list below. Make sure the type of animal you're calling about matches the rehabilitator's specialty.
- Animal Categories
Type of Animal Species Insectivore Shrew, mole Rodent/Rabbit Mouse, rat, vole, squirrel, rabbit, woodchuck, muskrat, porcupine, beaver Canids Fox, coyote Felids Bobcat Mustelids Weasel, mink, fisher, marten, badger, otter Cave Bats Big brown bat, little brown bat, eastern pipistrelle, northern long-eared bat, Indiana bat Tree Bats Red bat, silver-haired bat, hoary bat Hoofed Deer, elk, moose Non-passerine Hummingbird, dove, pigeon, nighthawk, cuckoos, kingfisher, woodpecker, swift Passerine Songbirds Seabirds Gull, tern, pelican Waterfowl Duck, goose, swan, merganser Other Waterbirds Loon, grebe, cormorant Short Leg Wader Rail, plover, sandpiper, snipe, coot Long Leg Wader Heron, bittern, crane, egret Raptor Hawk, falcon, osprey, owl Upland birds Turkey, grouse, pheasant, quail, partridge Reptile Turtle, snake, lizard Amphibian Frog, toad, salamander
|Northwoods Wildlife Center||8683 S. Blumenstein Rd., Minocqua||715-356-7400; email||Canid, hoofed, passerine/non-passerine, rodent/rabbit, raccoon, eagles, raptor, upland birds, waterfowl, seabirds, other waterbirds, reptiles||Link|
|ReWild Inc.||Eagle River||920-420-8175||Passerine, non-passerine, bats|
|Wild Instincts||4621 Apperson Dr., Rhinelander||715-362-9453 (WILD); email||All species||Link||
Accepting raptors and waterfowl on a case-by-case basis, and all other bird species not exhibiting neurological signs.