Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
PLEASE NOTE: call 414-431-6204 before coming to WHS with an animal
Due to the current prevalence of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI), commonly called ‘bird flu’, in our region, it is of vital importance that you do not bring in an animal to the wildlife hospital until our team has talked with you directly and has instructed you how to safely do so. CLICK HERE for more information.
- CLICK HERE to learn more about HPAI from the DNR
- CLICK HERE for information regarding potential human health risks
If you’ve found an injured or orphaned wild animal in Milwaukee County, please visit our wildlife website first for 24-hour advice.
If you still need to bring the animal in for assistance, please call 414-431-6204 before coming to WHS. Thank you!
Please call 414-431-6204 before coming to WHS.
Monday - Sunday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.*
*Hours subject to change
With a caseload of about 5,000 animals per year, our ability to give patient updates is limited. If you are interested in finding out how the patient you brought in is doing, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the animal species, date of admission, your first and last name, and your phone number, and we will update you as time allows. Your patience is greatly appreciated!