Non-Profit Veterinary Care For Wildlife
Each year New England Wildlife Centers admit over 5,000 sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals from all over Massachusetts. Our veterinary team works alongside students, volunteers, and community members to provide an excellent standard of care to each patient with the goal of returning them to the wild.
*If you have a found a wild animal in need of help please call us prior to touching it or bringing it to our hospital. We are happy to guide you through the process and make sure that both you and the animal are as safe as possible*
Phone: (508) 362-0111
After Hours line for Emergencies: (617) 835-6845
Admissions Hours: 10:00 – 3:00 Daily
MakING it possible
As a non-profit veterinary hospital we depend on donations to cover the cost of caring for our patients. We do not receive any state or federal money for this work.
We depend on you to help cover the cost of the medications, surgeries, equipment, food, caging, and skilled labor that it it takes to get these animals back to the wild. Will you make a donation today to make this work possible?
Resources for Injured Wildlife
Advice before touching the ANimal
Some general tips to read before touching or attempting to move an animal in need.
Our Weymouth Location
If you live in the metro-Boston Area or need assistance with a rescue you can conatct our Weymouth, MA locaiton here
Find a Licensed rehabilitator Near Me
If we are unable to take your animal, you can find a full list of licensed wildlife Rehabillitators is your area by clicking here.
For general questions, to book an educational experience, or to let us know about an animal in need please use the form below.
For immediate assistance and wildlife emergencies please call our
Wildlife Hotline at: 508.362.0111.
After Hours Number (Emergency Only): 617.835.6845: 617-835-6845