Caring for native wildlife since 1994

Photos in slideshow by Julie O'Neil
Welcome to Wild Care

We are located at:
 10 Smith Lane
Eastham, MA 02642-2671

Our Animal Helpline number is:

Caring for Cape Cod's Native Wildlife Since 1994.

If you find an animal in distress, please call us at 508-240-2255.
Our helpline and our facility are open EVERY DAY from 9:00am-5:00pm.
We are located at the Eastham rotary.

What's New at Wild Care?


Read August's Duck Tales, our monthly e-newsletter:
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We are currently searching for candidates for membership on the Board of Directors to work on Fundraising, Publicity, Donor Cultivation, Events and more.
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Nauset Disposal's Trash Bash
Friday, October 16

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Harvest Celebration
Thursday, October 29

Van Rensselaer's Restaurant
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Alternative Gift Market
November 14 & 15

St. Barnabas Church, Falmouth
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Front Street Dinner
Thursday, November 19

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Did You Know?

In the Fall, Eastern gray squirrels have their second "fall" litters and Wild Care sees an influx of orphaned baby squirrels.  Babies need to be fed four times a day and don't know how to eat on their own.

Donations help Wild Care buy food, medicines and more to save these little guys.

Click here to donate today.

WILD CARE has been rehabilitating wild animals from all over Cape Cod since
1994. Our mission is to help sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife through Wildlife
Rehabilitation; to reduce the number of animals impacted by human activity
through Educational Outreach; and to help protect the species and the ecosystems
they represent through Advocacy and Conservation.

WILD CARE alleviates pressures experienced by wildlife by aiding in habitat
restoration and enrichment, documenting rare species for habitat protection,
and serving as a voice of responsible stewardship whenever possible.

We accept wildlife regardless of a rescuer’s ability to make a donation;
Wild Care never compromises quality of care or the dignity of an
animal’s life for fundraising, research or educational purposes.