Wild Wednesdays

Bring your kids and join us for our exciting series of on-site educational programs every Wednesday at 1 PM!

First Fawns of the Summer
Wild Animal Baby Shower

Every year, we help hundreds of wild baby animals are brought the us in desperate need of help due to sickness, injury, or being orphaned.

Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Education

Since 1979

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“Providing a better future for wildlife
through rescue, rehabilitation, education and research.”

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Helping Out a Fledgling Barred Owl

In mid-April, we received a call about a fledgling Barred Owl on the ground. With the parents still around, we asked the finder to leave him be for the day, hoping he would find his way back up the tree. Near dusk, the finder sent us some amusing pictures of the fledgling starting to climb back up the tree. With […]

2024 Summer Interns at the Northwoods Wildlife Center

Welcome 2024 Summer Interns

Join us in welcoming our 2024 summer interns to the Northwoods Wildlife Center! We are excited to host a talented and diverse group of individuals from all over the country who will dedicate their summer to learning about wildlife rehabilitation and education. These interns will play a crucial role in our mission, helping to care for injured and orphaned animals […]

twin orphaned fawns receiving care at the Northwoods Wildlife Center

First Fawns of the 2024 Baby Season

It is officially fawn season here at Northwoods Wildlife Center, as we admitted our first fawns of the year a little over a week ago. These two fawns were found by someone passing by, lying by their mother. The mother died after being hit by a car, so the finder called us, and we admitted them into our care. Upon […]

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Our mission is to provide a
better future for wildlife through rehabilitation, education, and research. To accomplish this, our work takes
us throughout the Northwoods to rescue and rehabilitate 600-700 animals in need each year. We also educate
over 10,000 people each year about wildlife, the environment and the importance of maintaining the delicate
balance of our Northwoods ecosystem. We truly need you, our devoted and awesome supporters, to
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