Contacting the Wildlife Nursery
Wisconsin Humane Society's Wildlife Center cares
for over 5,000 sick, injured and orphaned wild animals
every year, many of whom are babies. These youngsters
spend their time in our Nursery. When visiting the
WHS Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, be sure to take
a look into the nursery, where staff are frequently
seen feeding and treating its many young residents.
If you live in Milwaukee
County and have a question about a wild animal baby,
feel free to email
nursery staff. If you feel an animal is in danger,
call us at 414-431-6204 immediately for help.
The WHS Wildlife Rehabilitation
Center has many helpful articles to help you deal
with any wildlife issue you may have. We even have
ideas on how to live harmoniously with wildlife.
Be sure to browse through our extensive listing
of expert articles on wildlife.