are frequently asked questions regarding sick, injured, abandoned and
Lewis Miller Rescuing a Brown Pelican from
an Arizona Park
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All of the above animal rescue related
questions are very common. Questions and similar questions
regarding sick, injured and abandoned wildlife in the Tucson area should be directed to a licensed
Wildlife Rehabilitator or the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
- I found a
baby bunny. What do I do with it or how do I care for it?
found a baby bird. Where do I take it or how do I care for it?
found an injured hawk. Who do I call?
- There is an
injured hurt bird in my yard? What should I do with it and who do I
- What should I feed the bird, bunny,
rabbit, etc., that I found?
- I found baby quail in
my yard that have been abandoned by their mother. What should I do?
found a tortoise or turtle. Where do I take it or what do I do with it?
found abandoned quail eggs in my yard. What should I do with them and
who should I call?
you find an injured or hurt wild animal in need of help, please call
one of the licensed wildlife rehabilitators listed below for
instructions on what to do, including how to transport injured wildlife.
Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation
Centers and Facilities in the Tucson, Arizona area:
Rehabilitation in Northwest Tucson
Janet and Lewis Miller
Forever Wild Animal Rehabilitation Center,
Things Animal Rehabilitation Center
Not a rehabber, but The Southern Arizona Rabbit Rescue is a non-profit, volunteer-run, no-kill domestic rabbit rescue and adoption agency serving Tucson and greater Southern Arizona.
Southern Arizona Rabbit Rescue
Arizona Game and Fish Department
The AZ Game
and Fish Department maintains a list of all licensed wildlife
rehabilitators and wildlife control operators in the state of Arizona.