Wildlife Rehabilitation Centres serve to help injured or sick wildlife with the goal of releasing the animals back to the wild. Below is a list of Wildlife Rehabilitation Centres across Canada that accept bats.
If you bring a bat to a wildlife rehabilitation centre that has potentially made exposed contact with a person or a pet, the wildlife rehabilitation centre will put you into contact with health professionals to ensure that rabies vaccines are administered, if necessary.
Wings Avian Rehabilitation Center Nancy P., 519-736-8172
Hobbistee Wildlife Chantal T.,519-587-2980
Swift Care Ontario Deborah L., 519-434-0763
Salt Haven Brian S., 519-264-2440
Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre Susan M., 613-354-0264
Shades of Hope Wildlife Refuge Gail L., 705-437-4654
Toronto Wildlife Centre Nathalie K., 416-631-0662
Foster Forest Dee N., 613-394-6667
Another Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation Carol C., 226-374-4710
Bryden's Den Neonate Wildlife Care Centre Denise B., 519-429-3585
Constance Creek Wildlife Refuge Lynn R., 613-222-4719
Bear Creek Mary B., 705-721-4730
Procyon Wildlife Veterinary and Rehabilitation Debra S., 905-729-0033
Wayward Paws Rehabilitation Service Shirley G., 519-485-1976