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A Soft Place To Land

A Soft Place To Land is a permitted wildlife rehabilitation facility dedicated to helping Washington's wildlife. We are a registered Washington non-profit organization and are in the process of obt

Bats Northwest

In March, 1996, thirty-three dedicated bat lovers, including biologists, zoologists, medical researchers, forestry experts, educators, zoo personnel and interested citizens, formed Bats Northwest,


Our mission is to provide compassionate care, rehabilitation and release to Washington’s sick, injured and orphaned songbirds. We recognize that it is a privilege to care for wildlife and our goa

For Heaven's Sake Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation - Wildlife Sanctuary

For Heaven's Sake Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation is no longer accepting wildlife with the exception of owls. FHSARR is a volunteer run organization. We count on YOU t

Happy Valley Bats

Happy Valley Bats is dedicated to saving bats by providing rescue in Washington State. Our rescue center is located north of Seattle in the Stanwood area.See our website for additional infor

Ponti Veterinary Hospital

Here at Ponti's we have been treating large, small and exotic animals throughout Eastern Washington and North Idaho since 1977.We are a State and Federally Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator.We strive

Raindancer Wild Bird Rescue

Raindancer Wild Bird Rescue is dedicated to the rescue, care, and rehabilitation of orphaned, sick, or injured birds, and the reintroduction of these birds to the wild. The organization is also com

Squirrel Refuge

Squirrel Refuge is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization committed to providing wildlife rehabilitation, education, sanctuary, and humane treatment of squirrels.See our website and Facebook pag

West Sound Wildlife Shelter

West Sound Wildlife is a nonprofit wildlife hospital and education center serving the western Puget Sound. Last year we cared for over 1,500 wildlife patients and provided live-animal education pro

Whatcom Humane Society - Wildlife Center

Wildlife Rehabilitators are trained to care for many types of wildlife, know the natural history of wildlife, work with veterinarians and have received the proper permits. They can provide the most