This list includes EVERYONE in the state permitted for wildlife rehabilitation. The closest facility may be some distance from you. For questions about whether or not wildlife is truly in need of assistance, how to capture for transport to a rehabilitator, or to inquire about wildlife rehabilitation in general, call: 334-242-3469 or email: DCNR.firstname.lastname@example.org
AVIAN INFLUENZA has been detected in Alabama. The public should avoid contact with any dead or dying bird. If contact occurs, wash your hands with soap and water and change clothing before having any contact with domestic poultry and other birds. Please call (334) 242-3469 to report dead or dying birds for potential collection and disease testing.
|County||Organization Name||Contact Name||City||Phone #||Species Accepted||Will Pick up Animals?|
|Autauga||G+G Farms||Catherine Green||Billingsley||256-391-2002||Deer|
|Baldwin||Orange Beach Wildlife Center||Melissa Vinson||Orange Beach||844-303-9453||
Squirrels, opossums, otters, beavers, bobcats, groundhogs, rabbits.
Migratory birds, gopher tortoises and other reptiles.
|Jefferson||AL Wildlife Center||Katie Stubblefield||Pelham||205-663-7930||ALL Migratory Birds.|
|Lee||Auburn Raptor Center||Stephanie Kadletz||Auburn||334-844-6347||Hawks, Owls, Eagles, Vultures, and all raptor species.||No|
|Mobile||Environmental Studies Center||Susan Clement||Mobile||251-221-5000||Migratory birds, rabbits, opossums, gopher tortoises and other reptiles.||No|
|Mobile||Susan Clement||Mobile||251-767-7253||Migratory birds.|