Wildlife



Animals Asia

Avian Welfare Coalition

Born Free Foundation

Born Free USA

Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee

Performing Animal Welfare Society

Rose-Tinted Menagerie

Save Japan Dolphins

Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society

Wildlife SOS


Wildlife Information Sites

eNature

HSUS Wild Neighbors

National Geographic Animals


Just as Animals in Entertainment and Companion Animals involve multiple issues, so too does Wildlife. In fact, this is probably the most diverse category, covering everything from backyard birds to whaling.


To assist you in your efforts to properly aid wildlife you may encounter, we have included local resources for wild animals in trouble (to the left); as well as help in determining whether the animal you’ve found really is in trouble (below).


“What to do if you find a baby bird” flier


“What to do if you find a baby mammal” flier


What to do if you find a songbird in distress


What to do if you find a bird of prey in distress


Because not all wildlife groups care about every animal - many concern themselves only with the “conservation” of certain species and condone lethal means of protecting them - this is a good list to check out:

Wildlife Organizations to Avoid

Local Help for Wildlife in Trouble


Bi-State Wildlife Hotline

636-492-1610

1-800-945-3435


GeesePeace St. Louis

PO Box 6246

Chesterfield, MO 63006

314-567-2081


Wild Bird Rehabilitation

(sick or injured songbirds only)

NOTE: WBR no longer accepts starlings - call or text 314-630-3702 for advice on starlings
9624 Midland Blvd.

Overland, MO 63114
314-426-6400

Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic
1864 Little Brennan Road

High Ridge, MO 63049
636-677-3670

Wildlife Rescue Center of Missouri
1128 New Ballwin Road

Ballwin, MO 63021
636-394-1880

World Bird Sanctuary

(sick or injured birds of prey only)
125 Bald Eagle Ridge Road

Valley Park, MO 63088
636-225-4390