Our Wildlife Rehabilitation Center provides expert care to sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals.

We operate a fully-licensed wildlife clinic that specializes in the care of native Pennsylvania wildlife. When concerned neighbors come to us with an animal that needs help, we work to provide treatment and rehabilitation so the animal can ultimately be returned to their natural habitat.

Our clinic admits over 4,000 animals every year and has treated over 40,000 animals since opening our doors. We rely on donations from the community to do this life-saving work.

We are currently in peak season and are open 8-4 daily!

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Release Sites Needed

For rehabilitation to be deemed successful, released animals must be able to survive on their own and be an integral part of their species’ population, recognize and obtain natural foods, select mates of their own species to reproduce, and respond appropriately to potential dangers such people, cars, dogs and natural predators.

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Living with Wildlife

Have an animal nesting or using a space that you would prefer they did not? Humane Harassment is a process used to disturb an animal to such an extent that it decides to leave its den and move on. These techniques are used to spare the life of the animal and avoid needless trapping.

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What to do if you’ve found a wild animal

If you’ve found an animal that you believe could be injured or orphaned:
Visit our Wildlife Resources page to determine the next best step. Often times, animals may NOT require human intervention. Unnecessarily taking an injured animal from its parents or out of the wild greatly decreases its chances for survival!

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Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Volunteers

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center encourages the partnership of employees and volunteers to offer the most up-to-date and comprehensive animal care possible.

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Humane and Wildlife Education

We are committed to educating the public about the interesting and unknown behaviors of animals.

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Wildlife Resources

Find out what to do if you’ve found an animal that you believe could be injured or orphaned.

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Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Volunteers

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center encourages the partnership of employees and volunteers to offer the most up-to-date and comprehensive animal care possible.

Read More

Humane and Wildlife Education

We are committed to educating the public about the interesting and unknown behaviors of animals.

Read More

Wildlife Resources

Find out what to do if you’ve found an animal that you believe could be injured or orphaned.

Read More