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  Custom Falconry We are in North Alabama but will travel to: Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Northern Florida. We accept Hawks, Falcons, & Owls. PLEASE Call ASAP before you try to feed or water. DO Not feed Bacon or hamburger. 1(256)734-1890 call anytime

Auburn University
  Southeastern Raptor Rehabilitation Center is part of the Auburn University College of Veterinarian Medicine. Birds of prey ONLY Call (334) 844-6025 or e-mail
Birmingham, (Shelby County)
  Alabama Wildlife Center - A non-profit organization, the Alabama Wildlife Center is Alabama's oldest and largest wildlife rehabilitation facility. We specialize in renesting and Raptor rehabilitation. Located in Oak Mountain State Park, the Center receives more than 2,500 injured and orphaned wild birds, mammals and reptiles of more than 100 species annually. The Centerís Emergency Wildlife Hotline provides free advice and information on how to deal with all kinds of wildlife problems and emergencies. It has been in continuous operation 365 days a year since 1981 and receives more than 13,000 calls yearly more than 100,000 Alabamians have been helped over the years. Visit our website at or call our business office at 205-663-7930 for more information.

Huntsville, Madison County
  C Ceci - Specialty: Opossums; Also accept high risk mammals. Sorry, limited experience w/ cottontails. No birds please. Call 256-881-8123

Madison County, Huntsville/New Hope
  North Alabama Wildlife Rehabilitators Licensed Rehabilitator of Squirrels-Successful with infants/newborns lf you find a baby squirrel please do not feed him. Keep him warm and call me as soon as possible. Call Brenda Hill 256-723-7890

North Alabama
  North Alabama Wildlife Rehabilitators We rescue, rehabilitate, and release native wild animals as well as provide public education. We have experienced rehabilitators to care for anything from nestling birds to bobcats. We do not have a relocation service, but can provide advice for dealing with "neuscense" wild animals. We only relocate in extreme situations. Call - (256)883-0667 or e-mail

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