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Friends of Wildlife
PO Box 1505
Ann Arbor, MI 48106

Animal Hotline

Click here if you've found a wild animal in need of help

Links Related to Wildlife and Wildlife Rehabilitation

Wildlife Rehabilitation Organizations

National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association

The National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA) is an organization committed to promoting and improving the integrity and professionalism of wildlife rehabilitation and contributing to the preservation of natural ecosystems. NWRA hosts symposiums and publishes information useful to rehabilitators.

International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council

The International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC) is an organization concerned with conserving and protecting wildlife and wildlife habitat through wildlife rehabilitation. IWRC hosts conferences and publishes information useful to rehabilitators.

Michigan Wildlife Information

Wildlife Help

The Michigan Wildlife Rehabilitators Association created this website as a resource for Michigan rehabilitators that did not have the capabilities or funds to have a personal web site. It is very comprehensive and could answer any questions our site did not cover.

Michigan Department of Natural Resources

The Wildlife Division of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is responsible for managing Michigan's wildlife. Rehabilitators in Michigan must abide by the regulations of the DNR.

Michigan Emerging Disease Issues Website

Emerging diseases are often zoonotic, that is, they may be transmitted between humans and animals. This web site provides information about emerging diseases of concern in Michigan, such as West Nile Virus, Lyme Disease, Rabies, and others.

Living with Wildlife

Humane Society of the United States Wildlife Program

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is dedicated to protecting all wildlife from cruelty, exploitation, and loss of habitat. Their web site contains information on living with urban wildlife, wildlife rehabilitation, and other issues relating to wildlife, such as the HSUS's positions on hunting and trapping.