List of Wildlife Rehabbers – Current list of licensed Louisiana wildlife rehabilitators
Wildlife Emergency Hotline – # 888-308-3922 – Louisiana Wildlife Rehabilitators Association / 24-hour wildlife hotline
Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries App – offering Android and iPhone Apps to Report Violations. LDWF’s tip 411 program is a part of their Operation Game Thief program, which may offer a cash reward for information leading to arrests or convictions. Users can download the LDWF Tips iPhone and Android apps from iTunes or Google Play store free of charge. Citizens can also send an anonymous tip to LDWF by texting LADWF and their tip to 847411.
Humane Wildlife Control Solutions – Nuisance Wildlife Control, Exclusion and Removal in Louisiana. We serve the Greater New Orleans and Greater Baton Rouge area –
including the Florida Parishes and New Orleans Northshore, and now also serve the Lafayette and Houma area.
LSU Wildlife Hospital – Wildlife cases can be dropped off at the LSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s Small Animal Clinic during regular business hours (8 a.m.-5 p.m.). We can accept wildlife cases between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m., but no later than 10 p.m. We can also accept cases on weekends (prior to 10 p.m.). Call #225-578-9600 if you have questions about dropping off wildlife. (Raptors – eagles, hawks, owls, etc.)
Heckhaven Wildlife Rehabilitation Center – #337-477-6129 located in Lake Charles, is a non-profit 501c, animal welfare organization, with federal and state rehabilitation permits. Our sole purpose is to care for, rehabilitate and release back into their natural environment any and all wild born creatures that find themselves in the hands of man. (Raptors – eagles, hawks, owls, etc.)
Wings of Hope Wildlife Sanctuary – located in Livingston, is dedicated to the professional treatment and care for native wild bird and mammal species that are injured, orphaned, or otherwise unable to care for themselves and return them to their native habitat. Wings of Hope fosters and promotes public knowledge, education and interest in Louisiana’s native wildlife.
Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation of Louisiana – (WERLA) located in Benton, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded to provide care for sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife while promoting education with regard to the preservation and conservation of Louisiana’s wildlife.