Injured & Orphaned Wildlife deserve professional care from experienced, licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators. General Guidelines: Observe First, Act Second
Rehabilitating birds can build strength, muscle and stamina after spending time recovering from injuries. The 4,000 square foot structure has two 100 foot long flights, 20 feet high and 20 feet wide. Large sliding panel doors can be opened if we need to give birds a circular endless flight path.
The fences are 10 feet high and are surrounded by a stockade fence which covers the lower 6 feet, providing privacy and screening the fawns from human activity.
Fellow Mortals works with all birds and most mammals. We cannot help with raccoon, fox, coyote, bat, skunk or turtle.
Wisconsin DNR Phone No: 1-888-936-7463
Baby birds are not fed overnight. Baby mammals can go without feeding overnight.
Contain the baby. Provide warmth using a hot water bottle or heating pad set on low. Do not use a heat lamp—it can burn the baby.
Do not attempt to feed the baby. If it is too cold, too dehydrated, or too injured, you will cause further harm. If the baby dies overnight, it will not be because it wasn’t fed.
Please have your phone with you in the morning so that you don’t miss our call.
Fellow Mortals is not funded by your tax dollars, which is why we don’t have 24-hour staff. If you keep the animal contained, warm, and quiet overnight, we will be able to help tomorrow. If the animal passes overnight, you will still have made a difference by providing a safe and peaceful place.
Fellow Mortals, Inc.
W4632 Palmer Road | Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 53147
Phone: (262) 248-5055 | HOURS: 10 am – 6 pm