Orphaned baby raccoons, squirrels, opossums and cottontails 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).
All new volunteer fosters are required to attend a training session. There will only be a few held before baby season begins, so don't delay!
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.
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