Wildlife Partners & Supporters
Ballston Spa Veterinary Clinic
Without the services provided by Drs. Andersen and Salamun and staff (special thanks to Tina Zakrzweski for going above and beyond) we could not properly care for our wildlife patients. Thank you for all you do for wildlife!
Ballston Spa Veterinary Clinic is featured on the CBS 6 News segment, Ask the Vets, airing Mondays between 6:30-7:30am, and are the veterinarians of our personal, domestic pets. We couldn't ask for better care.
Cuddle Coats is a program of Animal Rights Coalition, educating the public about fur, and encouraging people to donate fur coats to aid orphaned baby wildlife in their recovery at their wildlife rehabilitation partners.
We are thrilled to announce a new partnership with Fern Lake Photography, featuring the work of the immensely talented wildlife photographer, Kevin Rutherford. Click on the Fern Lake Photography photo to browse the Gallery. When you find that "must have" image, mention Into the Wild, Inc. and 10% of your purchase price will be donated to help support our lifesaving work!
Dust Bunny's Boutique
Animal Help Now
Find a Wildlife Rehabilitator near you
Animal Help Now is a website and free smart-phone app addressing a need that exists throughout the United States and indeed the world. Each year in this country millions of people need emergency veterinarians, millions of companion animals are lost and found, hundreds of millions of animals – both wildlife and domestic – are injured or killed by motor vehicles, countless animals are abused and neglected, and an untold number of animals are killed or injured in disasters.
Animal Help Now is the first reliable service a person can use to find immediate and appropriate assistance for the full range of animal-related emergencies. It works day or night, 24/7. And it is easy to use. The app quickly directs users to the closest, most appropriate helpers for the situation.
Wildlife help is available throughout the US via the website or by downloading the free iPhone App.
North Country Wild Care
The rehabilitators of Into the Wild, Inc. are members of North Country Wild Care, a large network of home-based wildlife rehabilitators located in Schenectady, Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Albany, Rensselaer, Montgomery, Fulton and Essex Counties, New York. The non-profit organization formed in 2001 to assist rehabilitators in their work. The organization also sponsors an award-winning Wildlife Emergency Hotline 24/7, 365 days a year.
Emergency Wildlife Hotline Information
How it Works
This phone is staffed by volunteers 24/7 including holidays. If
you do not receive a response in a timely manner (more than 1/2 hour after your initial call) please call back. We try to respond to all calls within 1/2 hour; however, we sometimes have a high volume of calls and it may take a little longer. Calls to this number are billed as a Lake George exchange.
The hotline volunteers will assist you in determining if the animal need helps and if so, where to take to take the animal. All of our rehabilitators are volunteers who rehabilitate out of their homes. Most have full time jobs as well. We ask that you transport the animal(s) to us if at all possible. We will do our best to find prompt assistance for you.
For more information regarding any of the above opportunities, please contact Hotline Coordinator, Trish Marki at (518) 281-2950.
Please support your local wildlife rehabilitators!
A copy Into the Wild, Inc.'s latest annual report may be obtained by request in writing to Into the Wild, Inc. PO Box 5103, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 or from the New York State Attorney General’s Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10271.
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