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caring for 
injured &

orphaned
wild
rabbits 

  

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Found injured or orphaned wildlife?

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Call or text message us immediately

(914)933-7559
We will return your call as soon as possible. 

Please be prepared to send photo and video so we can fully assess the situation. 

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Please do not...

  • Give a wild animal food or water. This prevents us from accurately assessing the animals condition, and most of the time advice on what to do/feed from the internet is not accurate, which can be harmful and may result in the death of the animal. 

  • Remove an animal from its situation unless they are clearly unsafe (such as in a roadway). 

  • Try to raise the animal yourself. It is illegal to raise or keep wild animals without special permits. Raising wildlife is not the same as raising a domesticated animal and is often very difficult to do. Animals raised by humans often become habituated to them and cannot be released into the wild. Wild animals belong in the wild and do not make good pets. 

  • Pickup with your bare hands or let pets interact with wildlife. As they may transmit diseases to you and your pets. 

Please note that we are a home-based wildlife rehab run entirely by just a few unpaid volunteers.
We have limited space and typically do not answer phone calls or text messages before 9am or after 6pm.
We are not a domesticated rabbit rescue, all of the animals we rehab and release are wild.

Nature Driving you Nutty?
Checkout our helpful articles for how to humanely live with wildlife.

Click on the animal species you want to learn more about below to be taken to an info page with articles, commonly asked questions and fun activities for children and adults. 

Cottontail Rabbits

Racoons 

Ground Hogs

Squirrels

Chipmunks

Possums 

Coyotes

Foxes 

Skunks

Bobcats

Black Bears

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Vegetable Gardens and Squirrels: Easy Steps to Co- Existance

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What if I see a racoon during the daytime?

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Coexisting with Coyotes

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