Below is a list of other wildlife organizations and companies that we recommend for those looking to learn more about wildlife rehabilitation and living responsibly with wildlife.


The International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC) provides education and resources for wildlife conservation worldwide.

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The National Wildlife Rehabilitator’s Association (NWRA) is dedicated to improving and promoting the profession of wildlife rehabilitation.


The Bear League, based in Lake Tahoe, is committed to keeping bears safe and wild in their natural habitat.


Idaho Black Bear Rehab (IBBR)’s mission is to give all orphaned cubs a second chance at life in the wild.


International Bird Rescue operates two year-round aquatic bird rescue centers in California, which care for over 5,000 birds every year.


The California Council for Wildlife Rehabilitators (CCWR) provides educational and networking opportunities among wildlife rehabilitators and regulatory agencies.


To find a wildlife care facility in California outside of the Lake Tahoe area, please visit the California DFW’s list of Wildlife Rehabilitation Facilities.


The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) saves individual animals, animal populations and habitats all over the world.

Dayton Valley Wildlife Reststop

Dayton Valley Wildlife Reststop is a 15-year licensed wildlife rehabilitation facility in Northern Nevada.


Coyote Rollers mount to the top of fences to safely and humanely deter coyotes from entering enclosed areas.