Wildlife Rehabilitation in Vermont
There are approximately 20 licensed wildlife rehabilitators who tend to Vermont’s orphaned, injured, and sick wildlife. If not for the help of these compassionate individuals, many more animals would die. Human activities often leave animals injured or displaced, and wildlife rehabilitators need our help now more than ever.
Rehabbers are volunteers who take on the responsibility of caring for wildlife, and since they receive no financial assistance from the state, they are responsible for funding all of their rehabilitation efforts. POW is proud to support Vermont wildlife rehabilitators by donating items including enclosures, fleece, formula for baby animals, bedding, and other life-saving items. Our ReFURbish campaign collects donated fur coats for rehabbers who use the coats as warm bedding for animals in their care.
Found an orphaned or injured baby wild animal?
How to tell if baby animals are orphaned, injured or perfectly fine—and what to do if they need your help.
If you are interested in becoming a wildlife rehabilitator in Vermont, click here to find out how.
Vermont wildlife rehabilitators are in need of the items listed below. Our state’s volunteer wildlife rehabbers incur the entire cost of caring for our state’s orphaned, injured and sick wildlife. From caring for baby bunnies to bobcats, they are Vermont’s true wildlife heroes!
WISH LIST FOR WILDLIFE (most items can be found at pet supply stores)
o Clean fleece
o Paper towels
o Good quality cat kibbles & canned food
o Carefresh bedding (for opossums, squirrels, rabbits, etc.)
o Hand feeding formulas like KT Exact; KMR; Esbilac
o Rodent food for squirrels, rats, mice.
o Good quality birdseed
o Cat and dog crates that open from the top as well as the sides
o Cottontails always need timothy hay or straw for bedding
Drop off at Dogs Etc Grooming & Day Care 782 S Main St, Stowe, VT 05672 or email us at email@example.com and we’ll coordinate a pick-up.