Wildlife Emergency Phone Numbers
Below is information about 'helping wildlife' and Wildlife Emergency phone numbers.
“HELP, I FOUND AN ANIMAL!
The first thing you should do is contact a rescue volunteer to see if the animal really needs help being saved, or if it’s family is just away for a while.
If you need to take it in, then please place the animal in a warm, dark, quiet area and DO NOT attempt to feed.
Animals have a variety of different diets and attempting to feed the wrong food may do more harm than good."
— Mitzi Brabb Boles, Wonders of the Wild Rescue & Sanctuary – PAYSON, AZ
“WHEN YOU ENCOUNTER ORPHANED OR INJURED WILDLIFE…
Before you assume an animal is in trouble, wait and watch: young animals often are left alone for hours at a time while their parents gather food.
If an animal is shivering, obviously injured or if you know its parents have been killed, call the Wildlife Emergency Hotline at 623-582-9806.
If the injured animal is a large game animal, such as a deer, javelina, mountain lion, or bear, or a potential danger to handlers such as a coyote or large bird, call the Wildlife Emergency Hotline at 623-582-9806. (not domestic animals or livestock)"
— Adobe Mountain Wildlife – Phoenix, AZ
BEFORE MOVING AN ANIMAL, please read this brochure from AZ Game & Fish Dept: https://www.azgfd.com/PortalImages/files/wildlife/livingwith/LeaveBabyWildlifeAlone_110621.pdf
Arizona Wildlife Emergency info / contacts
IF HUMAN INTERFERENCE IS TRULY NEEDED, PLEASE BE SURE TO ENTRUST THE ANIMAL WITH AN EXPERIENCED AND TRAINED PERSON:
WILDLIFE REHABILITATORS IN AZ (INTERACTIVE MAP FROM AZGFD)
Southwest Wildlife – Wild MAMMALS
24-hour pager for Mammal emergencies: (480) 433-5656 (Non-emergency 480-471-9109)
Wild at Heart – BIRDS OF PREY
Lisa Limbert – Small MAMMALS (no carnivores) (E.V. Wildlife) :)
(480) 963-2483 (Gilbert, AZ) (Lisa is an experienced professional rehabber.)
East Valley Wildlife – Small BIRDS, DUCKS, RABBITS, SQUIRRELS
Liberty Wildlife – All WILDLIFE
(480) 998-5550 (Including Wildlife-Related Emergencies)
Arizona Covey – QUAIL (Jeannie Garrett)
Barbara Buckelman – SQUIRRELS, GROUND SQUIRRELS
Adobe Mountain Wildlife – ALL WILDLIFE (not domestic animals or livestock)
Phoenix Herpetological Society – REPTILES
Arizona Game & Fish – All WILDLIFE
Fallen Feathers – Wild or pet BIRDS
Wonders of the Wild Rescue & Sanctuary – PAYSON AREA, AZ (Mitzi Brabb) :) – Birds, small mammals, reptiles, amphibians (Mitzi is an outstanding professional rehabber.)
(928) 978-0608, (928) 478-4803, plus web email http://www.wondersofthewildrescue.org/contact-us-1.html
Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary – PRESCOTT AREA, AZ – Birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians
Tucson Wildlife Center – TUCSON, SAFFORD AREA, AZ (Lisa Bates) – Birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians
FOR ANYWHERE IN AZ – all wildlife and species specialists
Wildlife Rehabilitators in AZ (interactive map from AZGFD)
Critter Control – Humane wildlife trapping and relocation, for a fee
WHAT TO DO IN A WILDLIFE EMERGENCY
AVIAN Veterinarians in Arizona: Updated 2-2015
LOST BIRD!!! FOUND BIRD!!!
WHAT TO DO: Lost/Found a Pet; Cruelty; Specialist; AZ Emergency Vet Hospitals
Pet Safety – good advice from the City of Phoenix
Help for Homeless Families with Pets
HELP – Poison!
Keeping your bird safe in your home
Dr. Scott Echols – Healthy Avian Diets
Bird Care Articles
Plants & Wood – Safe & Unsafe
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My Choice – Pick of the Litters
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