We care for all songbirds, birds of prey, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians. Wildlife in distress is an EMERGENCY and we are here to help, 24/7. We are also available to humanely help with “urban wildlife conflicts”.
Our primary goal is to help wildlife in need in the High Desert Central Oregon region. Letting “nature take it’s course” may not be appropriate. Approximately 99% of the animals HDWRR cares for are sick, injured or orphaned because of human activity. Help us bring this statistic down. Together, we (HDWRR and YOU!) can help Central Oregon’s native wildlife get back on their wings or feet.
High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (HDWRR) is a fledgling not-for-profit organization started by a veterinarian and veterinary technician. Dr. Jeff Cooney and Jeannette Bonomo have 45 years of combined experience in wildlife rehabilitation.
Found an Injured Animal?
Please call our Hotline 24x7
And follow these steps to
care for the animal
Summer 2014 - Daily Happenings!
There's a lot happening at the center every day and especially this baby season. Read our daily updates at:
High Desert Wildlife Facebook page (a facebook account is not required!)
We rely on community support and donations to help rescue and care for vulnerable, sick and injured wildlife in our High Desert Central Oregon region.