Saturday, February 24, 5PM – 8PM

Campanile Center for the Arts

Minocqua, Wisconsin


Voting is closed

What We Do

Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Education Since 1979

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

Wildlife Emergency FAQ

Learn More

Or call 715-356-7400.

Vist Our Wishlist

Vist Now

Support us directly by ordering supplies that will be deliver right to our door!

Follow Us

Want to keep up with our latest adventures? Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, or TikTok.

Wildlife Education

image of children doing a coloring activity at the education center

Visit us and go on a guided tour or schedule a program here!

Learn More

 Wildlife Rehabilitation

image of a staff member holding an orphaned baby fox

For wildlife emergencies and questions about our rehabilitation program visit the page below.

Learn More

Get Involved 

image of an intern holding a baby barn owl

 Interested in becoming an intern or volunteer at the center? 

Learn More

Meet Our Ambassadors


Learn about the animals you can sponsor and visit them on a tour today! 

Learn More

Explore Our Facility

Check out some photos our our education and rehabilitation centers.

Learn More

Visit Our Blog

Keep up-to-date on new rescue and releases stories and more here!

Read Now

How You Can Help

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 continue our mission.

There are many ways you can get involved in supporting our cause, learn more by visiting the page linked below.

Support Us

Donate Directly


Become a Member

Join Today

Visit Our Wishlist

Visit Now

Sponsor an Animal

Learn More