The Ohio Division of Wildlife, as well as other state agencies, and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, have laws and regulations in place to assure the care given to wild animals in rehabilitation is humane, professional, and biologically sound.
Find a Rehabilitator in Ohio
Find a state agency or permitted rehabilitator in Other States
National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association and International Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
The State of Ohio, Ohio Division of Wildlife (ODW) is responsible for mammals, reptiles and amphibians, non-migratory game birds, and state threatened and endangered wildlife.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USF&WS) is responsible for migratory birds and federally threatened and endangered wildlife. Birds not covered by the USF&WS are non-migratory game birds and non-native species such as the House Sparrow, European Starling, and Rock Dove.