If you are interested in becoming a licensed wildlife rehabilitator, please Click Here to read, Wildlife Rehabilitation-Is It For You?
Click Here for the KY Wildlife Center Volunteer Application.
Click Here for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Rehabilitation Permit Requirements.
Click Here for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Rehabilitation Permit Application.
Click Here to read or download Minimum Standards for Wildlife Rehabilitation.
Click Here to go to the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC) website.
Click Here to sign up for the IWRC Basic Rehabilitation 1AB class (required for a rehabilitation permit by Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife).
Click Here to read the Wildlife Rehabilitator's Code of Ethics.
Click Here to go to Chris's Squirrels and More, a wonderful website for rehab supplies. Check out the reference book, Wild Mammal Babies: the First 48 Hours and Beyond.
Click Here to go to Fox Valley Animal Nutrition for species specific milk replacers developed especially for wildlife.
Once you get your license, please join Kentucky Wildlife Network on Facebook. It's a group where Kentucky rehabbers exchange information.
"Not to hurt our bretheren of fur, feather or fin is not enough. We have the higher mission to be of service whenever they require it."
St. Francis of Assisi
So grateful that you were able to take the two baby raccoons we found in our attic. I'm glad they were given a second chance at life.
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