Wildlife Hospital and Conservation Center
Think Wild inspires the High Desert community to care for and protect native wildlife, through education, outreach and rescue/rehabilitation.
RESCUE AND REHABILITATION
A Wildlife Hospital to treat and rehabilitate native wildlife - providing care for patients who have been injured or orphaned so they can be released back into the wild. Coming Soon.
EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
An education resource to teach and inspire the public to live respectfully with urban wildlife - offering Think Wild Education, awareness events, and online resources.
A voice for native wildlife on the man-made hazards in our growing, urban landscapes - advising on enhancements to habitat and reducing wildlife threats around the home.
THE WILDLIFE HOSPITAL
Construction and provisioning of the Wildlife Hospital was completed in Fall of 2020. It focuses on a community need for care of mammals and raptors and also coordinates with the local wildlife rehabilitation community. When open, the Hospital expects to reach a full capacity of 1,000 patients annually.
Intake, treatment and rehabilitation of injured native wildlife serving Central and Eastern Oregon soon.
Coming soon Spring 2020