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Wildlife Rehabilitators
 

The following individuals possess a Wildlife Rehabilitation License from the Arizona Game and Fish Department.  They may be contacted if you are aware of sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife.

See brochure on Leaving Baby Wildlife Alone BEFORE removing what you believe to be orphaned wildlife from the wild!

WILDLIFE REHABILITATORS  
BUSINESS NAME AREA SERVED PHONE MAMMALS BIRDS REPTILES AMPHIBIANS
Bradshaw Mtn Wldlf Center Mayer (928) 632-9559 x
Wild Wings Flagstaff-Williams Area  (928) 774-3894 x x
Melanie Lashlee Flagstaff (928) 310-1448 x
Cindy Wilder Flagstaff-Williams Area (928) 527-1418 x
Susan Ruble Flagstaff (928) 606-6597
Yuma GF Regional Office*  SW Arizona (928) 342-0091 x x x
Tucson Wildlife Center, Inc. East Tucson (520) 290-9453 x x
Robert Brandner East Tucson (520) 760-0574 x x
Wildlife Rehabilitation Facility West Tucson (520) 743-0217 x x
Kathie Schroeder Catalina (520) 825-1076 x x
Mitzi Brabb Payson, Pine, Star Valley (928) 478-4803 x
Jeani Garrett North Phoenix (602) 996-1934 x
Gloria Halesworth SE Valley, Ahwatukee (480) 893-6660 x
East Valley Wildlife  Chandler (480) 814-9339 x
Lesley Lee NE Phoenix (602) 748-7886 x
Liberty Wildlife Scottsdale (480) 998-5550 x
Southwest Wildlife Rio Verde, Scottsdale (480) 471-9109 x
Desrt Cry Queen Creek (480) 987-3544 x
Sherry Celine East Phoenix (602) 840-4611 x
Sherri Sweet Gilbert (480) 988-5552 x x
Wild at Heart North Phoenix, Cave Creek (480) 595-5047 x
Jody Kieran Far West Phoenix (623) 533-2348 x
Runnin W Wildlife Center Sedona/Verde Valley  area (928) 821-0098 x x
Tucson Mt. Hummingbird Rescue West Tucson (520) 743-0677   x
           
           
*contact for businesses in SW Arizona    

Become a Licensed Rehabilitator
See our webpage at http://www.azgfd.gov/eservices/special_licenses/wildlife_rehabilitation.shtml for more information including applicable laws, rules, and forms.

Are you looking for ways to get involved in wildlife rehabilitation? Are you passionate about hummingbirds?

Tucson Mt. Hummingbird Rescue (TMHR) is the only state and federally licensed facility that focuses on hummingbirds in southern Arizona. TMHR main project goals are focused on outreach to the public regarding hummingbirds at all stages of development. TMHR strives to keep non-injured hummingbirds in their habitat through re-nesting and support nesting of young, along with education of the southern Arizona community so that the best decisions are made regarding intake of hummingbirds for care. Some hummingbirds need to be rescued, and with each contact TMHR has with the public there is an opportunity for education and recognition of an act of kindness by a person. TMHR is looking to train full time Arizona residents to gain the necessary experience to seek their own state/federal licensing in wildlife rehabilitation. The goal is to develop a team that can work together to achieve TMHRʼs project goals. The first step is to accept candidates for the direct hands-on care of hummingbirds. Please email TMHR/Noreen at tucsonrescue321@gmail.com for more information as to how you can become involved.

 

 


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