South Florida Audubon Society

South Florida Audubon Society is unable to care for injured wildlife.  If you find wild animals or birds in need of care, please contact one of the organizations below.  Please remember that many apparently injured or helpless wild animals actually do not need to be removed from the wild for treatment.  This is especially true in the case of baby birds.   Before removing an animal from the wild, contact a wildlife rehabilitator as they may be able to help you assess whether the animal is actually in need of assistance.  Never keep a wild animal as a pet or attempt to treat its injuries yourself. 

Sawgrass Nature Center and Wildlife Hospital
3000 Sportsplex Drive
Coral Springs, FL 33065
954-752-WILD (9453)

Sea Turtle Emergency Line (24-hour) for Broward County


Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)
(24-hour) Report Violations or Injured Wildlife


South Florida Wildlife Center

3200 SW 4th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
954-524-4302 or 866-SOS-WILD
Humane Wildlife Services provides wildlife conflict resolution to homeowners, businesses, and industries in the south Florida area.