Ohio 
Wildlife 
Rehabilitators 
Association

Locate an Ohio Wildlife Rehabilitator


If you are in need of a rehabilitator in your area, please refer to Ohio Division of Wildlife's Orphaned and Injured Wildlife page.

OR contact your Ohio Division Wildlife District Office;

OR contact your County Wildlife Officer.

Wildlife rehabilitation is the process of caring for injured, orphaned or sick wild animals and releasing them back to the wild when they are able to survive on their own.

Permits are required from the Ohio Division of Wildlife to rehabilitate any native wild animals. Additional permits are required from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to rehabilitate native birds.

Wildlife rehabilitators throughout Ohio also answer thousands of telephone calls from the public about wild animals and many offer educational programs.

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