A Wildlife Hospital and Conservation Center for Central Oregon

Please consider donating to help injured and orphaned native wildlife in need.

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.

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 reducing human-wildlife conflict and promoting wildlife habitat conservation.

Learn to Identify and Illustrate Native Flowering Plants + Their Pollinators

Baby Season 101

Springtime gives birth to an abundance of baby wildlife. Here are some tips on keeping baby wild animals safe this season!

  • It is common for some baby wildlife to be left alone while the parent goes hunting or foraging. Do not assume a baby animal is orphaned just because it is alone - allow time for the parent to return.
  • If you find a baby bird on the ground, look for the parents or a nest to safely return it to. Sometimes they fall on the ground while fledging or in a storm.
  • If you find a baby mammal, leave it be while you wait for a parent from a distance. If in danger, you can move it to a safer location wearing gloves.
  • Do not feed baby wildlife. Improper diet lacks necessary nutrition and can even be toxic to the animal.
  • If you suspect an animal is injured or orphaned, call Think Wild's wildlife hotline: (541) 241-8680


Wildlife Hotline: (541) 241-8680

Spring and Summer Hours (begins June 1, 2022): 8 AM - 5 PM

Fall and Winter Hours (begin September 13, 2021): 9 AM - 3 PM(Note that the hospital is closed Thanksgiving Day, December 25, and January 1).

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Construction and provisioning of the Wildlife Hospital was completed in Fall of 2019. It focuses on a community need for care of mammals and raptors and also coordinates with the local wildlife rehabilitation community. In 2021, the Hospital expects to reach a full capacity of 1,000 patients annually. But we need your help. Please consider helping us build a raptor flight center to rescue injured and orphaned eagles, owls and hawks.

Intake, treatment and rehabilitation of injured native wildlife serving Central and Eastern Oregon.