Wild Baby Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of wildlife through education, rehabilitation, and release.
Why: Because humans and their activities are often responsible, directly or indirectly, for the injuries suffered by wildlife, we believe that we have a responsibility to assist in healing those injuries. Wild Baby Rescue Center provides a means for caring people to give injured and orphaned wildlife a second chance to live out their natural, wild lives.
Type of Care: Injured and orphaned animals are provided special diets appropriate for their species, age and condition. Medical and supportive care is also provided. During their convalescence, care is taken to avoid dependence on the care-givers so that our wild patients remain truly wild and have a better chance of survival once they are released. All patients are appropriately housed until they are fully recovered and ready to return to the wild.
The Center Itself: Having called Cranford home for several years the Center has expanded its facilities and moved to Blairstown, New Jersey. Wild Baby Rescue Center receives and cares for animals all year long. The Center is run by an experienced wildlife rehabilitator, licensed by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Fish and Wildlife. Everybody at Wild Baby Rescue is a non-paid volunteer.
Click here to visit the Wild Baby Rescue Website.