“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” –Jane Goodall
Now, back to those little critters. They are cute. We get it. It’s tempting to want to keep an animal if you find it, but please do not! Start with us.
A young animal’s BEST chance for survival is to be raised by its mother. Every reasonable effort should be made to try to return a young animal to its mother. Only after all efforts to reunite them have been exhausted, should the orphan be removed from the wild.
After mom, we are the best bet. Call and we’ll take it a step at a time to see what the best thing to do is and if we can help.
Our number is: (715) 838-0326
If you don’t get a person right away, leave a message – Chances are we are holding a bottle, filling a food bowl, or helping someone else. But, your call will be promptly returned. Thank you!
We are always here to help, but curious about where we are located? Not far outside of Eau Claire:
Chippewa Valley Wildlife Rehabilitation
8135 Burnell Drive
Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54703
HOURS: 9 am – 6 pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Connecting People and Wildlife through Rehabilitation and Education Since 2010