Rescue and shelter organizations are involved in helping and protecting wildlife.
Molalla, Oregon based facility dedicated to teaching people to care for and about wildlife through education, animal care and rehabilitation.
A non-profit animal rescue and education organization for wildlife and domestic animals located in Los Angeles County but serves most of California. Includes program details as well as volunteer information.
Illinois non-profit, no-kill, USDA licensed exotic animal sanctuary and educational facility.
Sanctuary located near Tampa, Florida. Features information on the plight of wild species in captivity, FAQ, news, and contacts.
Nonprofit organization that rescues animals, primarily wildcats, and provides conservation education to the public. Includes animal descriptions, information about volunteerism and donations, hours, and directions. Located in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
A non-profit charity in Tonopah, Arizona rescues and provides homes for abused, abandoned and unwanted wolfdogs (wolf-hybrids) while raising public awareness of the problems surrounding privately owned wolf-hybrids.
Florida facility that cares for injured wildlife and gives refuge to unwanted, confiscated, and abused exotic pets. Includes pictures and information about the resident animals.
Non Profit orphanage for Exotic Cats and other wildlife. Located in Kirbyville, Texas.
A licensed wildlife rehabilitation center caring for orphaned and injured wild birds and mammals. This volunteer organization funded through donations. Located in the Elburn Woods Forest Preserve, Wasco. Elburn, Illinois.
Sanctuary for endangered and protected species of geese, ducks and swans from around the world. Contains mission, directions, adoption information, and a slide show.
A non-profit, no-kill sanctuary for abused and abandoned wildlife. Located in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
Non-profit group whose goal is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release injured or orphaned wild birds, mammals and reptiles. Images of the residents, what to do or not do when finding wildlife in trouble, ways to help, membership application, and events. Located in St. Johns County.
Sanctuary for exotic felines located in Wylie, Texas. Includes cat information, news and educational programs.
Dedicated to mitigating the human impact on aquatic birds and other wildlife worldwide through emergency response, education, research, and planning.
Wildlife refuge stories, lots of colorful photos, animal sounds, information, free downloads; screensavers, themes, and gifs.
Provides rescue and educational services for big cats. Located in San Diego, California.
A non-profit organization dedicated to providing sanctuary for abandoned waterfowl. Includes photos, news, staff details and vet listings.
Colorado's wolf refuge located in the mountains.
Locates and saves wolf and wolf hybrid in Northern California and provides education programs.
A refuge for orphaned or injured native animals near Litchfield Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. Includes photos, news and background.
History of the organization plus information on horticulture, educational programs and exhibits.
Provides rehabilitation and veterinary services for injured and orphaned wild animals, and wildlife education for the citizens of northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri.
Safe haven for big cats that have been abused, abandoned, confiscated or rescued. Overview of their work, art gallery, and contacts for donation in Terrell, Texas.
Internationally recognized sanctuary which accepts any elephant regardless of species, gender, or disposition. Features elephant biographies, event details, press releases, and information for those wishing to help.
Sanctuary and education centre in Western Australia provides care for injured and orphaned marsupials. Includes case histories, photographs, information for volunteers, and a wildlife database.
An organization that rescues squirrels, birds, and other wildlife in the Washington area. Photos of their patients and list of volunteer opportunities.
A 501C3 non-profit organization incorporated in North Carolina with a mission to protect abused, neglected, unwanted and behaviorally unmanageable llamas through prevention, education, intervention, placement and lifelong care.
National directory of wildlife rehabilitators in the USA. Also offers rehabilitation discussions and suggested books about the subject.
Non-profit organization that rescues and rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife native to Arizona. Located in Scottsdale AZ.
Swan Rescue Headquarters and Treatment Centre. Registered Charity 299254 Cuckoo Weir Island, South Meadow Lane, Eton, Berkshire. Patron - Sir Richard Branson
A Tennessee non profit wildlife sanctuary and rescue for rare and endangered species.
Creating Animal Respect Education is a nonprofit exotic animal sanctuary caring for large cats, small mammals and reptiles in Central Florida.
The Elephant Sanctuary of Hohenwald, Tennessee is a natural-habitat refuge where sick, old and needy elephants can once again walk the Earth in peace and dignity.
Rescues and rehabilitates swans, cygnets, geese, goslings, ducks, ducklings, waterfowl, birds and fledgelings all over the UK and Ireland.
UK facility that provides first aid, primary and secondary care followed by recuperation and rehabilitation and, subject to the animal, eventual release back into the wild.
Nonprofit, no-kill sanctuary for unwanted or abused captive wildcats, including wild-domestic crossbreeds as well as large cats. Located in Sandstone, Minnesota.
A non-profit, USDA licensed, exotic animal sanctuary in Kona, Hawaii. Federally licensed for raptor rehabilitation, endangered species possession and as an amnesty station for alien species.
Home for abused, neglected and unwanted tigers and other big cats. Part of the Tiger Missing Link Foundation in Tyler, Texas.
A sanctuary for lions, tigers, jaguars, cougars and leopards in need. Includes background, virtual tour, photos, and how to help. Kingston, Tennessee.
Privately owned animal sanctuary and habitat. Offers live web cams featuring Tigers, Lemurs and Lions. Located in Florida.
Rescues abandoned, abused, or unwanted big cats, with emphasis on tigers, lions, leopards, and cougars. Provides the animals with a permanent home and caring environment.
A registered charity dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and, where possible, release of sick, injured or orphaned British wildlife.
Located in Sharon, Wisconsin. Dedicated to the rescue and refuge of abused and abandoned exotic animals including tigers, lions, other big cats, bears and foxes.
Located in Asheville, North Carolina. Comprehensive resource on nature and conservation topics in the region, including animals, native trees, upcoming events, and related links.
Mission statement, photos, and information about membership and volunteer opportunities.
Rescue and preservation of the Arctic wolf. Information about the sanctuary, wolf pictures and a gift shop.
The foundation runs several sanctuaries which care for injured and orphaned wildlife.
Non-profit, 501c3 rescue facility for abused, displaced, and unwanted captive bred wildcats that provides a better life for smaller wildcats from bobcats to cougars.
A non-profit sanctuary. Includes stories and news, photograph gallery, tips for dealing with urban wildlife, and volunteer opportunities. Located in Boerne, Texas.
The mission of Wildlife Rescue of New Mexico is "To Raise, Rehabilitate, Release, and Educate".
Alleviating the suffering of sick, injured, and orphaned animals. Tips for saving wildlife, success stories, and a list of ways to help. Hampstead, Maryland.
A 501c non-profit exotic animal rescue facility. Provides places for unwanted animals. Includes events listings and contact information.
Gives advice and referrals for injured, sick and orphaned native animals. Includes service descriptions, a discussion forum and event listings.
A 160 acre animal sanctuary and rehabilitation facility for wild and exotic wildlife, located in Southern California.
Wolf sanctuary located in Washington State.
Louisiana exotic big cat sanctuary and refuge.
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