Connecting People and Wildlife through Rehabilitation and Education since 1994
This time of year many healthy fledgling songbirds (like the American Robin pictured) are being accidentally “bird-napped” while they are learning how to fly, make sure you know all the facts to prevent this from happening.
Educate yourself by reading our step by step guide if you have found a baby bird, before intervening.
To provide wildlife rehabilitation to Wisconsin wildlife with the intent to release back to the native habitat, conduct research designed to further the positive impact of rehabilitation, and provide quality community education programs and services.
It is the vision of the Wildlife In Need Center to become a nationally recognized Wildlife Rehabilitation Center that serves as a hub for other satellite facilities and is financially stable. WINC will work in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha and the University of Wisconsin Colleges and Extensions to be identified as the number one resource in the community that promotes an ethic of care and responsibility for the natural world.