Found An Animal?

Help An Animal!
Found A Raccoon?
Never handle a raccoon with bard hands - always wear gloves! If you feed the raccoon, only give it pedialyte. Learn how to help by clicking here.
Found A Squirrel?
If the baby is healthy, don't kidnap it! If you feed the squirrel, only give it pedialyte. Learn more about squirrel care here.
Found An Opossum?
Opossums will hiss or growl when frightened, but usually wish to be left alone. If you feed the opossum, only give it pedialyte. Learn more about opossum care here.
Found A Turtle or Tortoise?
Never pick up any turtle by the tail, it can cause spinal injuries Always wash you hands after handling any reptile to avoid Salmonella. Learn more about turtle care here.

Found A Rabbit?
Baby rabbits are very fragile and easily frightened into cardiac arrest. If you must handle one, cover the baby and keep it in a dark, quiet place. Learn more about rabbit care here.
Found A Fawn?
Fawns are often left alone for hours by their mothers. Don't disturb a fawn unless you know it is in danger. Learn more about caring for a fawn here.
Found A Baby Bird?
We do not work with birds. If you have any questions or concerns related to birds, contact BEAKS at (904) 251-2473.
Found A Bat?
Do not handle a bat with bare hands! Always wear gloves. It is not safe to attempt care for the bat on your own. Learn more about bat care here.

About The Wildlife Rescue Coalition
of Northeast Florida

Who We Are

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the care of injured, orphaned, and displaced wild animals that are native to Florida.

We take in over 2000 animals each year..


By The Numbers


Volunteer Hours per Baby Animal


Animals Helped Each Year


Dollars Per Baby Raccoon For Food

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No matter how few possessions you own or how little money you have, loving wildlife and nature will make you rich beyond measure.

Paul Oxton

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