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(864) 233-0339                 PO Box 1801                 Greenville, SC 29602                 info@wildlife-rehab.com



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Found an Animal Immediate assistance for sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife is essential. Wild animals require specialized medical care and diets. Even a few hours can mean the difference between life and death, or ability to be returned to the wild. Do not attempt to care for a wild animal yourself.


If you find an orphaned or injured wild animal, call one of our trained wildlife rehabilitators listed below. Updated July 14, 2016

  • Squirrel, Jenna in Mauldin, 864-593-2713, Kathy in Greenville, 864-313-5302

  • Flying Squirrel, Wendy in Greenville, 864-423-2328

  • Chipmunk, Wendy in Greenville, 864-423-2328

  • Opossum, Madison in Gray Court, 321-696-1966

  • Hawk and Owl, Linda in Piedmont, 864-270-9662, Mike in Piedmont, 864-275-6123

  • Rabbit, Kathy in Greenville, 864-313-5302, Jenna in Mauldin, 864-593-2713

  • Skunk or Fox, Linda in Piedmont, 864-270-9662, Mike in Piedmont, 864-275-6123

  • Fox or Bobcat, Kathy in Seneca, 864-247-7347

  • Groundhog, Wendy in Greenville, 864-423-2328, Linda in Piedmont, 864-270-9662

  • Turtle or Snake, Madison in Gray Court, 321-696-1966

  • Waterfowl, Wendy in Greenville, 864-423-2328

  • Game Fowl, Linda in Piedmont, 864-270-9662

  • Deer, Connie in Gray Court, 864-981-4231

  • **Please note we are unable to take songbirds at this time. We are very sorry for the inconvenience.**

    For temporary emergency care of injured or orphaned wildlife until a rehabilitator can be reached, we ask you to keep the animal in a quiet sheltered place. Do not feed or give liquids, do not handle excessively! Keep all children and pets away.

    For more detailed information, read Until you reach a rehabilitator


    No matter where you are, good sources of help include your local humane society, animal shelters, or your local veterinarian.

    Additional Resources:

    I Found a Baby Mammal
    I Found a Baby Bird
    Help, Don't Hurt
    Wildlife Rehabilitation Directory

    If you're trying to find a rehabber outside of SC, search for your state's wildlife department and rehabilitators list.

    If you find an animal in need, call us right away!



    Upcoming Events

    Reserve your spot in a class by contacting WRG at wrgswinters@gmail.com


    Opossum Rehab Class - Saturday, Mar. 11, 9:30 - 11:30AM Greenville, SC

    Cottontail Rehab Class - Saturday, Mar. 11, 12:00 - 2:00PM Greenville, SC

    Board Meeting - Thursday, Mar. 16, 6:30PM at Wendy's

    Basic Rehab Class ($10) - Saturday, Apr. 8, 9:30AM - 12:30PM Greenville, SC

    Deer Rehab Class - Saturday Apr. 8, 1:00PM - 3:00 PM Greenville, SC

    Come see the animals!
    Party for the Planet - Saturday, Apr. 15, 9:00AM - 1:00PM Greenville Zoo


    Regular Meeting - Thursday, Apr. 20, 6:30PM at Wendy's

    Come see the animals!
    Friends of Paris Mtn. Day - Apr. 22, 10:00 - 12:00 PM Paris Mtn. State Park, Greenville, SC

    Come see the animals!
    Spring means babies - Saturday, Apr. 29, 10:00AM - 4:00PM Split Creek Farm, Anderson, SC


    Board Meeting - Thursday, May 18, 6:30PM at Wendy's

    Raccoon Rehab Class - Saturday, May 20, 9:30AM - 11:30AM Greenville, SC

    Turtle Rehab Class - Saturday, May 20, 12:00PM - 2:00PM Greenville, SC

    Member Potluck! - Jun 11, 4:00 PM tentatively @ Shannon's house


    All meetings are held at St. Peter's Episcopal at 910 Hudson Road, Greenville in Stockstill Hall unless otherwise noted.


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