Wildlife Rescue Guides and Resources
If you already have an animal in your possession, go directly to our 911 Wildlife Section. Otherwise, please contact a wildlife professional before attempting to rescue any animals as you could do more harm than good.
Moving a Snapping Turtle Safely Across the Road
This YouTube video provides an excellent demonstration of moving a large snapping turtle, and other turtle species, out of a road.
Baby Bird Rescue Guide
This document includes an algorithm to guide you through several different baby bird rescue scenarios. Page two contains detailed text descriptions of how to care for baby birds in need of rescue until you can find a wildlife rehabilitator or veterinarian.
Wildlife Baby Rescue Guide
Be sure the animal is really in need of rescue before you intervene! Unintentional "kidnapping" is common during the spring and summer months.
Bats in Buildings
Call us (518) 490-1107 for a referral and/or free consultation for humane wildlife control.
Into the Wild Spring 2014 Press Release
Helpful hints about when to rescue and how to contact local wildlife rehabilitators.
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