While the Lake Attitash Association cannot help rehabilitate any wildlife, we recommend working with the following local wildlife rehabilitators.
TUFTS WILDLIFE CENTER
50 Willard Street, No. Grafton MA Birds & animals
Clinic: Monday-Friday 8-5 Saturday & Sunday 9-12
They do not admit healthy wildlife but will aid in finding an appropriate contact to resolve issue.
* Link to resources: wildlife.tufts.edu Provides advice on how to capture and crate injured wildlife.
ON THE WING
47 Prescott Road, Epping NH Birds only
Injured birds receive 24/7 care
Partners with Veterinary Emergency & Surgery Hospital of Brentwood NH
CAPE ANN WILDLIFE, INC
Essex, MA Birds & animals
978-325-2501 Jodi Swenson
Call, do not email or text with emergencies.
Provides necessary rehab care to all injured, orphaned or otherwise impaired wildlife during their confinement and adjustment period. Works hard to ensure survival upon release back into their normal environment.
NEW-ARC Animals only
Provides care for mammals including but not limited to raccoons, squirrels, cottontails, skunks, possums, chipmunks, fox, coyote, mice. They are not licensed to care for birds.
Injured animals are treated and orphaned animals are cared for until they are able to be released back into their natural habitat.
5 rehabbers work out of their homes:
Chelmsford: Mary, 978-618-6814
Billerica: Laurie, 978-337-4928
Wilmington: Lisa, 617-529-6371
Barre: Deanna, 781-570-1709
Arlington: Joann, 781-799-4141