Wildlife Rehabilitation in Northwest Arkansas
*Please note, if you found an injured or orphaned animal, call a wildlife rehabilitator using the directory links listed in this blog post, instead of commenting anywhere on this website. Comments are slow to be received and responded to, and we can’t help you – the rehabber can. Every effort has been made to ensure this directory is up to date as of April 2023, but circumstances often change and these listings may be inactive.
Found an animal in need? Thank You for Caring!
STOP & THINK: Most baby birds, bunnies, or fawns are not actually orphaned. Some animal moms (deer, rabbits…) leave their babies for long periods, and may only feed babies at dawn & dusk. They might not need your help. Research online before removing the animal from the wild, unless it is in immediate danger from a car, dog, flood, etc. Don’t keep the animal in your home unless you’re a licensed rehabilitator in your state who knows what they’re doing to keep the animal alive and healthy.
Find a licensed rehabber by visiting the links below:
Animal Help Now (serving the entire United States) helps you contact a rehabber nearest you and also offers quick guides for many animal emergency situations!
Arkansas State-wide Directory listed by County: The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission offers 2 PDFs as a directory of licensed wildlife rehabilitators, separated by those who accept birds and those who accept non-birds: Non-bird Rehabilitators by County in Arkansas (PDF) and Bird Rehabilitators by County in Arkansas (PDF)
Northwest Arkansas Rehabbers
Morningstar Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Gravette, AR contact Lynn Scuimbato at (479) 633 – 1908 email@example.com
Northsong Wild Bird Rehabilitation, Lowell, AR contact by texting (479) 309-1417 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Terrica Kisner, West Fork, AR contact email@example.com (479) 283-0588
How to Become a Wildlife Rehabilitator
The world desperately needs more wildlife rehabilitators and apprentices! Read this one-page Fact Sheet designed by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission (2014) to learn how you can become a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in Arkansas.