Arizona Game and Fish Department's Wildlife Center
The Arizona Game and Fish Department's Wildlife Center was founded in 1983.
The primary objectives of the Wildlife Center are to:
- Provide wildlife education outreach programs throughout Arizona
- Provide care for confiscated native wildlife
- Manage the desert tortoise adoption program
Bradshaw Mountain Wildlife Association
Bradshaw Mountain Wildlife Association (BMWA) was founded in 1995 as a Non-Profit corporation dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and abused wildlife.
East Valley Wildlife
East Valley Wildlife is a non-profit organization of in-home wildlife volunteers who care for songbirds, quail, waterbirds, waterfowl and small mammals such as bunnies and squirrels.
Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation facility and exotic bird rescue in Northwest Phoenix
Liberty Wildlife envisions a time when wildlife is recognized as an integral part of our natural world, and a precious natural resource, to be protected and preserved.
Safe Haven Animal Rescue of AZ
A small no-kiII animaI rescue. Safe Haven's main focus is to save dogs & cats from certain death by taking pets off the euthanasia Iist at kiII sheIters. Safe Haven is run by voIunteers who work in their free time, outside of their reguIar jobs, in order to heIp these innocent animaIs.
Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center
Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC) rescues native wild animals that have lost their homes to development, or are found injured, orphaned, or abandoned.
At Tranquility Trail, the mission is to rescue, shelter, rehabilitate and find a forever home for every animal that finds its way to them.
Tucson Wildlife Center
Tucson Wildlife Center is dedicated to the rescue, emergency medical care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife before return to the wild, while promoting education, habitat protections and peaceful coexistence with wildlife.
Wild at Heart
Wild At Heart is a rescue, rehabilitation and release center for birds of prey.