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The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota provides
quality medical care and rehabilitation for all injured,
sick and orphaned wild animals, and shares its knowledge
with the people who care about them.

 

Open every day of the year!

 

Hours:

9am-8pm

 

M-F
9am-6pm Sat/Sun

 

651-486-9453.

 

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Welcome to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Our Peak Season Has Arrived!

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Have you found a baby bird or young squirrel? Or maybe a duckling that's become separated from its family?

 

We have some of the answers in our FAQs, but you can always call us at 651-486-9453 with questions.

 

If you suspect an animal is orphaned, we ask that you please call us first. It's always better for the animal to grow up in the wild.

 

We're really busy right now (just watch our Critter Ticker down below to see the list of incoming patients) but if you leave a voicemail we will call you back.

 

In the meantime, check out our FAQs and watch this important video about what to do if you find a fawn.

 

We are open all weekend, including Memorial Day. The animals just don't seem to care about our human holidays...

 

 

 

Following up on an animal you brought to us? Drop us a note (status@wrcmn.org) with the person's name who admitted it, the approximate date and the species. We'll get back to you within a few days!

 

CASE STUDIES

Learn more about how we provide medical care in our Case Studies.

 

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, Aug. 8th! Order your tickets and learn more about our gala here.

 

 

 

Subscribe to our private email list to keep up to date on our patient news!

 

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota (WRC) in Roseville, Minn., is a nonprofit, donor-supported organization. The WRC was established in response to the increased need for medical care of injured, ill and orphaned wildlife. With a medical staff of 8, the Center is one of the largest and busiest wildlife medical centers in the nation. More than 600 volunteers care for, rehabilitate and release the wildlife that they've worked with. The WRC treats more than 9,000 wild animals every year, representing more than 185 different species.

 

We cannot give tours since we do not keep any animals for educational use. We do have an open house every winter, usually in February. Watch our Facebook page or register for our emails to keep up to date with WRC.

 

Learn more about our staff and Board of Directors.


 

WRC Critter Ticker

Recently admitted to WRC...

  • 2015-07-05
  • 2:11pmHooded Merganser
  • 1:55pmUnidentified Young Avian
  • 1:54pmEastern Cottontail
  • 1:51pmEastern Bluebird
  • 1:48pmUnidentified Young Mammal
  • 1:45pmBlue Jay
  • 1:43pmEastern Cottontail (3)
  • 1:40pmEastern Cottontail (3)
  • 1:33pmBlue Jay
  • 1:27pmEastern Bluebird (3)
  • 1:03pmWood Duck (4)
  • 12:48pmBlue Jay
  • 12:46pmCommon Nighthawk
  • 12:44pmRose-breasted Grosbeak
  • 12:42pmEastern Cottontail (2)
  • 12:40pmMallard
  • 12:38pmEastern Cottontail
  • 12:37pmAmerican Robin
  • 12:34pmAmerican Goldfinch
  • 12:27pmAmerican Robin
  • 12:20pmEastern Cottontail (8)
  • 12:05pmEuropean starling
  • 12:02pmUnidentified Young Avian
  • 11:41amCommon Grackle
  • 11:21amDomestic Avian (2)
  • 11:12amEastern Cottontail (3)
  • 11:03amEastern Gray Squirrel
  • 10:52amRed Squirrel
  • 10:41amEuropean starling
  • 10:31amEuropean starling (2)
  • 10:27amEastern Cottontail
  • 10:16amBig Brown Bat
  • 9:55amWood Duck
  • 9:36amWhite-footed Mouse
  • 9:15amHouse Sparrow
  • 9:13amEastern Cottontail
  • 9:10amUnidentified Young Avian (2)

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