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Bird Center of Washtenaw County

Emergency care for orphaned and injured wild songbirds with the intent of returning them to their habitats. Provides referrals for injured waterfowl and raptors such as hawks and owls. During fall and winter when the Mary Street Center is not open, the answering machine will direct callers to find help. BirdCenterA2@gmail.com, birdcenterwashtenaw.org V  (734) 761-9640 (daily 7 a.m.-9 p.m., May-Oct.)  926 Mary [map]


Friends of Wildlife

Volunteers rescue, rehabilitate, and release orphaned or injured wildlife. Licensed by and has a close working relationship with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Training for volunteers. See website for species-specific phone numbers to call when you find injured wildlife. friendsofwildlifeMI@gmail.com, friendsofwildlife.net V  (734) 548-3132  PO Box 1505, AA 48106


Humane Society of Huron Valley

Wildlife rescue & humane wildlife removal service.  (734) 661-3512  3100 Cherry Hill [map]




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