Connecting People and Wildlife through Rehabilitation, Education and Research since 1994

IMPORTANT-NEW UPDATE!

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Dear Friends of The Wildlife In Need Center,

Due to the ever evolving coronavirus and related disease (COVID-19) situation, the Wildlife In Need Center (WINC) is taking additional precautionary measures to keep our staff safe while continuing to provide essential patient care. Click on TO LEARN MORE for changes to our hours of operation and procedures.

TO LEARN MORE:

Update on Spring Banquet

We sincerely hope that you and your loved ones are in good health during this time of uncertainty.  Due to the health safety concerns in light of the COVID-19 virus, the Wildlife In Need Center (WINC) decided to cancel the event which had been scheduled for Saturday, April 25th.

We are so disappointed that we will not be able to celebrate “Caring for our Wisconsin Wildlife” in person and share our many success stories with you in person – BUT INSTEAD WE WILL BE COMING TO YOU LIVE!

Click here for more information

Found an injured animal?

If you have found a wild animal that you believe needs
help please call us (262)965-3090 or visit our
frequently asked questions page before intervening.

Choose from the categories to narrow the information
to the species you have found.

Click Here For Help!

Education Programs

WINC’s education department provides quality
educational programs for our community, reaching
groups of ALL ages.

Programs consist of a PowerPoint presentation,
live education animals, or both!
Typical education programs at any site run from
30 to 60 minutes in length.
(For small groups, WINC has facilities for on-site programs.)

Click Here to Book a Program

It's Kringle Time at WINC!

Choose from 12 delicious Racine Danish Kringles flavors!

Help support the Wildlife In Need Center and treat yourself to Wisconsin’s own homemade Kringle!

Click here for details and order forms!

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Mission Statement

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.

Vision Statement

Advance the well-being of wildlife through rehabilitation and education  

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