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WANTED: Volunteer Fosters

Join our super hero team!

Orphaned baby raccoons, squirrels, opossums and cotton tails need foster parents to prepare them to thrive as adults released back into the wild. Wisconsin WildCare provides training and ongoing support to our wildlife fosters.

Fostering wild babies is a life-changing experience. Those who do it are super heroes in our eyes (and theirs).

Do you have what it takes to be a wildlife super hero?

Learn more about what is involved with fostering wildlife orphans with Wisconsin WildCare.

Foster training sessions for the 2017 season coming in April

Check out our Events calendar for dates and locations.

Rehabiliating wild mammals is expensive. A single raccoon kit costs more than $100 to raise to release.

We are 100% volunteer and have no facility overhead. Thus, your tax-deductible donation goes directly to offset the cost of care.

Donate

Learn more about how Wisconsin WildCare is different from - and better than, in our option - a traditional wildlife center.

If you'd prefer to send a donation using traditional mail, our address is:
6922 Coyle Road
Lodi, WI 53555

Thank you!

What is Wisconsin WildCare?

We are a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization made up of independent licensed wildlife rehabilitators, fosters and volunteers.

What do we do?

Our mission is three-fold: Wisconsin WildCare rescues, rehabilitates and releases injured or orphaned wildlife. We educate the public to better understand and to appreciate Wisconsin's native wildlife. We provide support and training to independent licensed wildlife rehabilitators and those who would like to become one.
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Email: info@wiwildcare.org
Phone: (608)-237-7060

Where are we located?

Our volunteers are located all over South-Central Wisconsin. We do not have a central location. If you need assistance with wildlife, give us a call at 608-237-7060

Call us at (608)-237-7060 if you need assistance with orphaned and injured wildlife, or would like an inexpensive, humane option to removing wild animals from your premises.

Located outside Wisconsin? Animal Help Now will help you find appropriate help in the area.