This section includes shelters as well as individuals who will help with wild animal rehabilitation.
Island Wildlife Shelter at the Bloedel Reserve
Injured or orphaned wildlife
7501 NE Dolphin Dr
Bainbridge Is 98110

PAWS Wildlife Center
All injured/orphaned wildlife
15305 44th Ave W
Lynnwood 98046
425-787-2500 ext 817

Pilchuck Wildlife
Specializing in the rescue and rehabilitation of sick and injured swans, call before handling wildlife
PO Box 625
Stanwood 98292

Northwest Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation
Whatcom and Skagit County only. All species, provides transportation to appropriate facility.
PO Box 4273
Bellingham 98227
877-953-7377 (toll-free) 360-966-8845 (local)

Sarvey Wildlife Center
Ambulance service to pickup injured or sick
wildlife, call numeric pager number
13106 148th St NE
Arlington 98223

Wolf Haven International
3111 Offut Lake Rd
Tenino 98583

Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
284 Boyce Rd
PO Box 391
Friday Harbor 98250

T.J.'s Wildlife Center
Non-profit, licensed wildlife rehabilitation service.
820 Chimacum Rd
Port Hadlock 98339

Wildlife Care Center
All species
33285 SR 20
Oak Harbor 98277

Search and Rescue
Remove dead animals from the road to prevent their partners and scavengers from being hit. In the Spring and Summer, check dead female opossums' pouches and surrounding areas for live young. Take injured wildlife to a wildlife rehabilitation center near you.

Marine Wildlife Violations, Problems, or Questions?
Contact the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) at the national enforcement hotline for referrals or to report violations:
(800) 853-1964