If you have found an animal that is acting erratic or could cause bodily harm to you, please call your local animal control. We are only able to treat INJURED wildlife at our hospital. If you have questions about the species that you have found or are not sure if it is injured, please visit the DEEP website at www.ct.gov/deep/injuredwildlife for more information.

If you have found a young bird with feathers that is hopping on the ground, this is a fledgling bird and it may do this for a couple of weeks and unless it is in obvious danger, please leave it be.

If you have found a wild bird or other wildlife animal that is bleeding, has an open wound, or appears injured please bring it directly to our office at 977 Farmington Avenue, Berlin, CT 06037 – there is no charge for this service. We recommend using a box or other carrier to transport the animal to our facility. When you arrive, we will ask you to fill out a form to let us know where the animal was found in case the animal is able to be released back into the wild. Our staff will assess the animal and provide the proper course of care to stabilize until the wildlife animal can be sent to a licensed rehabilitator. If you have additional questions, please call our office at 860-828-7736.