FourWands Wildlife

FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation is a Vermont licensed rehabilitator located in Barre, VT.  We take in most small, non-rabies vector, mammals with the goal of returning to them to the wild as soon as they are able.  While we take in whatever we are permitted to, we specialize in the five squirrel species native to Vermont.  We have successfully raised and released over 400 hundred orphaned and injured squirrels as well as snowshoe hares, weasels, porcupines and opossums ranging from hours-old babies to adults with severe head trauma or life-threatening illness such as Squirrel Fibroma Virus aka “squirrelpox”.
FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation is a member of the National Wildlife Rehabilitator’s Association.

If you are seeking help with an orphaned or injured animal within the state of Vermont, please give us a call at 802.461.4381  If you are seeking help with a fox, raccoon, skunk, bat or groundhog/woodchuck, please call the rabies hotline at 1-800-4-RABIES and they can assist you in locating a rehabilitator who may be able to help.


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FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation

FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation is a Vermont state licensed rehabilitation facility taking in small, non-rabies vector, mammals. FourWands Wildlife Rehabilitation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our Amazon Wishlist: http://a.co/hK3xIbl
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationThursday, May 23rd, 2019 at 9:21am
Thank you for all so much for your outpouring of love for Harrison. 💖💖💖
He looks practically perky this afternoon!
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationWednesday, May 22nd, 2019 at 9:05am
The Game Warden just delivered this cutie to me. He was found under a dumpster at the local high school.
He will likely be heading to another rehabber with other opossum babies in a day or two. ❤️
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationTuesday, May 21st, 2019 at 11:01am
Harrison was found on the road in Braintree this afternoon, likely hit by a car. He has a severe laceration on the top of his head. (I have spared you the image. It would receive a graphic image warning.)
He is conscious and alert but heavily medicated. Please send love and healing thoughts. He needs them. 💙💙💙
#fightlikeasquirrel
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationTuesday, May 21st, 2019 at 6:09am
Lovely little Rita arrived here last night from another rehabber so she could join my two little red boys once she's been through quarantine.
I suspect she suffered a fall - she has a scrape by her nose and sounds like she inhaled some blood so she's getting an antibiotic. She should be just fine in a day or two.
THANK YOU Esther Lotz for the transport!
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FourWands Wildlife RehabilitationMonday, May 20th, 2019 at 5:46pm
Milla. 💕