Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah

Empowering the community to engage in conservation and responsible stewardship of wildlife and habitat.

801-814-7888 (Open 365 days/year)


California Condor on Navajo Bridge near Lee's Ferry, AZ. 

Photo Credit: Joel Schenk

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS for our California Condor Recovery Project Event NOW!

Reservations MUST be made by October 19th, 2018 at 5pm.

For more information click on our "EVENTS" tab.

Photo of California Condor on Navajo Bridge near Lee's Ferry, AZ. 

Photo Credit: Joel Schenk

I Found a Baby Bird! Now What?!!

PLEASE CALL us BEFORE picking up that baby

Unless you see blood, a broken limb, or the animal has been in your cat's or dog's mouth, PLEASE call us first.  Often times what you are seeing is normal for young birds as they learn to use their wings.  We do not want to remove healthy babies from their parents. Parents ALWAYS to it better.

Click on the "I Found a Baby Bird" flowchart to the left for a full-sized version you can read or print and if you still have questions, then please call us at 801-814-7888

Please be patient when you call as our lines are very busy during the summer months; keep trying until you get through and we will be happy to help you.  THANK YOU!


Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah is a 501(c)(3) non-profit  organization dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of wildlife. Each year our team successfully releases over 100  different species of native wildlife.  In 2017 our patients numbered just over 2,500 birds and small mammals.  
In addition to saving wildlife we also provide education to our community in regards to our wild friends and stewardship of the environment that we share.  

Number of Patients Helped: 20,787 (as of October 1, 2018)

Since we opened our doors in 2009, we have taken in thousands of sick, orphaned and injured wildlife (most due to human impact) and have given them a second chance for life in the wild.  Through wildlife education we hope to minimize our impact.  As a nonprofit, we rely on the generosity of our amazing community. 

We couldn't have done this without YOU--THANK YOU!

Get involved and make a difference


We are run solely on donations.  We can only provide these services with your help.   

  • Monetary Donations
  • Vehicle Donations
  • In-kind Donations
  • Community Programs
  • Your Time

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This program is run by people willing to give something that is so precious these days, time. What is the commitment required?

  • Volunteers must commit to volunteering for a minimum of 4 months
  • You must be able to commit to at least one 3 hour shift per week.

We do have community service opportunities available.


Spread the Word

A huge challenge is just letting people know that we are here and that there is licensed professional help to assist with wildlife in need. 

Like us on Facebook and get the up-to-date information on what is going on at the center then share it with your friends.  


There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line.

Contact Us

If this is in regard to an animal PLEASE CALL, DO NOT use email or Facebook--thank you.

Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah

1490 Park Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84401, US

(801) 814-7888


Donate Your Car or other Vehicle Today!

Click on the photo above or call (855) 500-RIDE or (855) 500-7433


A sitting vehicle is no good to anyone, but it could be GREAT for wildlife!

WRCNU accepts vehicles of all types, including boats and even airplanes! 

The pick-up is free and your generous donation is tax-deductible

Frequently Asked Questions?

Click the Photo above for answers to many of your questions.

The decision to donate you car is much easier than you would think.

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