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WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CONTACTS
Florida's Space Coast


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Palm Bay WILD Florida Rescue 321-821-7881 Wildlife Emergency Services -- To provide a safe and compassionate emergency first response service for wildlife in need of urgent medical attention.
Titusville County Animal Services 321-633-2024 Will pick up injured/sick wildlife coordinated with refuge personnel. Hours of operation: M-F, 7am-7pm, Sat. 8-5; also for all non-refuge wildlife calls. (501(c)(3))
4560 N US Highway 1
Melbourne
Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary, Inc.
Tracy Frampton and Sherry Braden
321-254-8843 Will admit injured, sick, orphaned native wildlife and migratory birds. Hours of operation 9-5 every day. After hours drop boxes are available. Location 4560 North US Highway 1, Melbourne, FL 32935.
FACEBOOKeMail
Christmas Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Central Florida
Ron & Carol Hardee
407-568-3200
(P)407-524-9513
NATIVE WILDLIFE ONLY
Take 50 to Christmas, go north on Ft. Christmas Rd., 5 miles, take a right on Reindeer Rd., 5th mailbox on left. 21117 Reindeer Rd. Open 8am-10PM, 7 days / week.
Christmas Fallin' Pines Critter Rescue, Inc.
Shirley Cannan
407-568-7988 23643 Christmas Cemetery Road, Christmas, FL 32709. Take in injured, unwanted & abused exotics, farm animals, birds and reptiles (no dogs or cats).
Maitland Audubon Center for Birds of Prey 407-644-0190 Will take Raptors. Hours of operation: 10am-4pm; 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland, 32751
Ponce Inlet. Marine Science Center 366-304-5530 Will take sea turtles & birds. Hours of operation: 7 days a week
Daytona Beach Wildlife Rehabilitation of Daytona Beach, Inc.
Jackie or Michelle Anthony
386-235-3751
386-767-2500
Mammals Only - open 24/7. Work out of their home. Location: I-95 to Port Orange exit, 3-4 miles west on that Exit.
Port Orange East Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Sherrie Wentworth
386-334-2237 We care for all native wildlife species here at the center from squirrels, bunnies, fawns, deer,raccoons, opossums and all birds and birds of prey, from owls, hawks, ospreys, songbirds.
Alligator
Complaints
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission 1-866-492-4286 The Statewide Nuisance Alligator Program (SNAP) is administered by the FWC's Division of Hunting and Game Management. Don't Feed Alligators!


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11/20/05