Do not bring orphaned or injured wildlife to Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries.
Do not drop-off orphaned or injured wildlife at Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries. We cannot accept wildlife or other animals from the public.
What to do if you encounter sick, orphaned, or injured wildlife
Remember, most mammals are susceptible to rabies—if you find a sick or injured mammal, stay away and do not attempt to handle or move it.
If the bird or animal appears truly injured, you should contact a state-licensed wildlife rehabilitator.