Injured Wildlife

If you find wildlife that appears injured or distressed, please first make sure they are indeed in need of help.

If you do need to contact a wildlife rehabilitator, please do so from the list below:

Greater Pittsburgh Area

Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh Wildlife Center, Verona – mammals, passerines (songbirds, water fowl, and woodpeckers), raptors (hawks, owls, falcons, eagles, and vultures), rabies-vector species (raccoons, skunks, bats, groundhogs, coyotes, and foxes), endangered species, and native reptiles and amphibians

John Ashby Marshall, Moon Township – mammals, passerines (songbirds, water fowl, and woodpeckers), and raptors (hawks, owls, falcons, eagles, and vultures)

Wildlife Works, Inc., Youngwood – mammals, passerines (songbirds, water fowl, and woodpeckers), raptors (hawks, owls, falcons, eagles, and vultures), endangered species, and native reptiles and amphibians

Other Areas in PA

Kritter Kamp, Marion Center – mammals

PA Game Commission – Reporting Wildlife Crimes

Pennsylvania Association of Wildlife Rehabilitators – Locates a wildlife rehabilitator for each county in PA and provides information about the type of species care available at that location

Skye’s Spirit Wildlife, Harrisville – Birds of Prey, small mammals, white tail deer fawns, waterfowl, songbirds, bats, and native reptiles

Tristate Bird Rescue and Research

USFWS Migratory Bird Office Northeast Region – Migratory Bird Experts 

US Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Crime Tipline – Reporting Wildlife Crimes

Wildlife In Need, Meadville – Birds of Prey, mammals, reptiles, songbirds, and water fowl

Wildlife Works, Inc., Mt. Pleasant 

 

 

Please note: Humane Action Pittsburgh (HAP) is not a wildlife rescue and is unable to address concerns or assist with wildlife emergencies. Please utilize the resources on our website to find the appropriate organization to contact. Submissions to HAP through our contact form or email will not be able to be addressed.