Wildlife Care Clinic
"We abuse the land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us.
When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may
begin to use it with love and respect"
- Aldo Leopold
Our Team Consists of:
*Please be sure to call the WCC before bringing in an animal to determine whether or not we can accept it. We do not accept drop-offs (any animal brought into the clinic without first contacting a staff member for information on the animal).
*Have you found a baby mammal? We will accept phone calls for any babies, however we suggest that they be taken to other rehabilitators. When other rehabilitators reach full capacity, we will begin accepting overflow. Due to limited resources, we are unable to directly accept all baby mammals. Thank you!
What We Do
Here at the Wildlife Care Clinic, we care for and treat many types of animals, including: bald eagles, hawks, owls, coyotes, river otters, minks, and white-tailed deer.
Approximately 75% of the patients admitted to the WCC suffer traumatic injuries related to human activity such as: car collisions, hunting and trapping accidents, power line electrocution, window collisions, and wire fencing.
Monday through Friday: 9am-5pm
Weekends from 9am-noon
We offer 24 hour emergency service
The Wildlife Care Clinic receives many emails, letters, and phone calls on wildlife issues. Unfortunately, a personal response cannot always be guaranteed. Please look closely at the Wildlife Fact Sheets to answer any questions.
For any questions or concerns that are unanswered please contact us.
Phone: (515) 294-4009
Our address is:
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