Release Site Application

Thank-you for your interest in being a release site for our Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. The Final step of the rehabilitation process is the animal’s release! Once our rehabbers are sure an animal is ready to go back to the wild, they begin looking for an appropriate habitat. Every species we see has unique habitat needs crucial to its survival.  Our Wildlife Rehabilitation Center uses a variety of properties and is always looking for new areas to release patients.  If you are interested in being a release site, apply here!

Here are some general qualities we look for in a release site:

  • Within in a hour of the WLC
  • Large wooded areas
  • Access to water
  • Far distance from busy roads

If you think your property would be a good site for wildlife, please fill out the form below in its entirety. Our staff members carefully review all applications.  If selected, a staff member will contact you to schedule a visit of the property. If you are submitting during our peak season (May – September) we will not be able to schedule a visit until the Fall. Unfortunately we are unable to respond to every application.

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Release Site Application.

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