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Finding an injured animal is stressful. Let us help you:

Step 1: Identify your animal
Step 2: Determine if it needs rescue
Step 3: Contact us for an appointment 


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I found an orphaned mammal

Species included: Squirrels (Including Chipmunks, Ground Squirrels), Rabbits, Opossums, Woodchucks, Mink/Weasels, Fox or Porcupine

I found an orphaned bird

Species included: Songbirds (Robins, Doves, etc), Corvids (Crows, Raven, Jays) Waterfowl (Ducks, Geese, Herons), Game Birds (Turkeys) and Raptors (Owls, Hawks, Vultures, Falcons & Eagles)

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I found an injured adult bird or mammal

The found animal is either bleeding, dragging a limb, unable to walk/stand or in any other way, not able to behave normally.

This animal needs to come in. Contact us to set up a drop off!

I don't know what I've found

Contact us for help with identification


contact us:

If you have a question about injured wildlife, CALL OR TEXT 616-361-610


Intake Hours:

Phone Lines are monitored: Weekdays 10:00AM-1:00PM & 3:00PM-5:00PM

Weekends 10:00AM-12:00PM & 2:00PM-4:00PM

Intakes are by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call the number below to make an appointment and, if needed, leave only one voicemail. We'll get back to you as soon as possible!



WMWC operates entirely on donations and volunteers. Our team is constantly tending to wildlife, making supply runs, and bringing animals to the vet. We do not have the resources to provide pick-up, so we ask for your assistance in bringing the animal to us.

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