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Ministry of Natural Resources

What to do if You Find a Sick, Injured or Orphaned Wild Animal

 

If you see what you think may be sick, injured or orphaned wildlife, don’t remove it from its natural habitat. The bird or animal may not need assistance and you could actually do more harm attempting to help.  Where an animal is in need of help, it requires specialized care to recover and return to the wild. You cannot keep wildlife in captivity without approval from the Ministry of Natural Resources in the Southern Region, however, a person may possess a wild animal for up to 24 hours to transport it to a wildlife rehabilitator or veterinarian.

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Provincial List of Authorized Wildlife Rehabilitators in Ontario

Toronto Wildlife Centre

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