Caring for Christ's Creatures
Wildlife Rehabilitation Sanctuary
American Bird Conservatory - Info on wild birds conservation and habitat.
Cats Indoors Campaign - How to humanely deal with feral cats, and how to effectively turn a feral cat into a happy and healthyindoor cat.
Eagles Online (Eagle Cam)
For information about what to do about raccoons in your attic, visit the raccoon attic guide.
For information about what to do about squirrels in your attic, visit the squirrel attic guide.
Found a wild animal or bird (injured or orphaned) and don't know what to do about it? Click here for a list of Wildlife Rehabilitators in the State of Maine (listed by county), one of whom should be able to help you.
IBRRC -- International Bird Rescue & Research Center. Their specialties are seabirds and oil spill response; they have the contract with Maine, so would be the folks called in for any big spill in Maine.
Important information from the CDC (Center for Disease Control) for people that handle rabies vector species
Maine Audubon Society - Maine Audubon works to conserve Maine’s wildlife and wildlife habitat by engaging people of all ages in education, conservation and action.
Marine Mammal Conservancy - The Marine Mammal Conservancy (MMC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) IRS designated, all volunteer organization that rescues and rehabilitates dolphins and whales and engages in related research and educational activites. MMC’s primary operating facilities are located in the Upper Keys of Florida. The Corporation is organized and operated exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes, including but not limited to the research, rescue, rehabilitation, release and/or retirement of marine mammals.
New England Aquarium - Located at 1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110, Phone: 617-973-5200
S.K.U.N.K.S. Scentral - Everything you wanted to know about skunks but were afraid to ask.
Tips & Tricks site for rehabbers
WildAgain Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc. - resources and tools for wildlife rehabilitators
Here you will find information on what to do with injured wildlife and who to contact. Information is provided for the public and for the professional wildlife rehabilitator. Many links are provided to sites of interest relating to the field. Information is also present about wildlife in general that will appeal to everyone, so enjoy!