Help! I found a baby bird!

For Delaware and neighboring states, you can call Tri-State at (302) 737-9543. We are open seven days a week from 9 a.m to 5 p.m.

Wild animals need professional care when they are sick or injured. Broken bones, traumatic injuries, and diseases need veterinary care. Injured wild birds should be taken to a licensed wildlife rehabilitator immediately.

Click here to learn more about how to help a baby bird.

Calling All Photographers

You can now submit your color photographs of wild native birds for a chance to have them published in our 40th anniversary calendar in 2016. Submissions will be accepted until May 15th.

The Oil Team's International Influence

The Oil Team continues to seek ways to fulfill Tri-State’s commitment to reduce the impact of oil and certain other contaminants on wildlife. Part of this global mission is to educate industry, agency, and wildlife rehabilitator colleagues about incident preplanning

Spreading Our Wings

Our Wildlife Response Annex is in the news. Read the article from here. Learn more about the annex, how you can take a tour of the construction, and how you can help with this state of the art response center here.

Adopt A Duckling

Adopt a duckling for Mother's Day! Live ducklings do not make good pets, and your symbolic adoption will help us care for the 100+ orphaned mallard and wood ducklings we receive every spring.