Since 2008, Wanakia Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center has provided rescue, rehabilitation, and release of native Wisconsin wildlife for Washington county and surrounding communities. Wanakia specializes in most species of native songbirds, waterfowl, and birds-of-prey, as well as small mammals such as squirrels, opossums, and cottontail rabbits.
Wanakia provides wildlife educational programs featuring live animals for any interested parties or organizations in the community. Click here to find out more….
To contact Wanakia Wildlife, feel free to call the center at 414-803-0388.
Our e-mail addresses include: firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com
We recommend calling the center directly with any immediate animal concerns:
Suggested Link: “I found a wild baby! Now What?”
Visit: dnr.wi.gov and search: keep wildlife wild – this page includes accurate advice on what to do if you find a wild baby
Or: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat – to go directly to the web page for accurate information on wild babies
Keep Wildlife Wild Week – Third week of March – “The best place for those wild babies is with their mom”