Rescue Organizations

Birding Information

Second Chance Bird Rescue star[offsite link]
The Network is a nonprofit, volunteer group that rescues and rehabilitates wild birds in New York.

Alabama Wildlife Center star[offsite link]
The Alabama Wildlife Center takes in birds and animals of all types - and has a special facility for the babies.

Birding 39 star
List of Lisa Shea´s articles.

Fine Feathered Friends Sanctuary star[offsite link]
Feathered Friends Sanctuary is a non profit organization committed to provide a safe haven including proper veterinary care, nutrition, socialization, physical & mental stimulation, and clean, spacious living areas. Space is not only provided in our home, but in our hearts.

Florida Keys Wild Bird Center star[offsite link]
I have been to this center several times and love it there. This organization saves hundreds of birds in the Florida Keys.

Gulf Coast Exotic Bird Sanctuary star[offsite link]
Gulf Coast Exotic Bird Sanctuary is a registered non-profit that provides permanent refuge and veterinary care for exotic birds that are rescued, handicapped, aggressive or whose previous owners would like them to live out their lives in a sanctuary environment.

Injured Waterfowl-- What Can You Do? star
We've all seen them: the duck, goose or swan with a visible injury. But is there anything a birder can do to help?

Mississippi Wildlife Rescue Center star[offsite link]
The Mississippi Rescue Center handles up to 600 animals a year, including wild birds, mammals and other critters.

New England Wildlife Center star[offsite link]
New England Wildlife Center is a native wildlife preservation, rehabilitation, animal habitat and environmental protection, educational organization located in Hingham, Massachusetts.

NJ’s Raptor Trust star
A review of the Raptor Trust, a bird of prey hospital in New Jersey. The animals housed there are described, as well as the wild birds that congregate nearby

Rescuing Birds--Not An Easy Task star
It's not easy to be a bird rescuer. Sometimes you are wrong if you do and wrong if you don't.

Society of Avian Refuge star[offsite link]
Based in Orange City, FL, volunteers are spread throughout central Florida. Volunteers have years of experience with bird rescue and adoption.

Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary star[offsite link]
Located in Florida, this complex helps thousands of birds each year. They are located on Indian Shores, on the Gulf side of Florida.

Tiny Wings In Need star[offsite link]
Tiny Wings in Need is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia and helps to rescue and rehabilitate birds.

Tri State Bird Research & Rescue star[offsite link]
Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research Inc. is a private, non-profit wildlife rehabilitation organization located in Newark, Delaware. Tri-State provides professional care for injured, oiled & orphaned wild birds, from hummingbirds to bald eagles, at its modern medical rehabilitation facility.

Wild Bird Rescue of Maryland star[offsite link]
Wild Bird Rescue is an all-volunteer network of licensed wildlife rehabilitators, veterinarians, transporters and other interested individuals dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and return to the wild of sick, orphaned and injured birds and small mammals in and around central Maryland.

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