Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Founded in 1979, the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (WRC) is an emergency hospital and clinic that provides free medical care for more than 170 different species of injured and orphaned wild animals. WRC also provides education for other rehabbers and for people to learn about the environment and respect for wild animals. WRC is one of the largest of its kind in the nation and treats 75% of wildlife rehabilitated in Minnesota. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is the primary resource in Minnesota for veterinarians, conservation and animal control officers, police departments and the public. We operate under licenses from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.

Website: wrcmn.org
Email: info@wrcmn.org
Address: 2530 Dale Street, N
Roseville, MN 55113