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Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers

If you find an injured bird, call the CBCM hotline, 773-988-1867, or contact a wildlife center, to determine what you should do.

Willowbrook Wildlife Center
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Willowbrook Wildlife Center
525 S. Park Blvd.
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
630-942-6200
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Call for advice about injured wildlife 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. seven days a week except major holidays. Bring in injured birds from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. seven days a week except major holidays. No appointment needed. Willowbrook accepts and treats wildlife native to Illinois. It can provide referrals for non-native species.

As the largest wildlife center in Illinois and partnered with the DuPage Forest Preserve, Willowbrook has the resources needed to care for the almost 3,000 birds we rescue each year. It has over 50 years of experience giving appropriate care and treatment to wildlife. The invaluable knowledge, cooperation and collaboration of its complete staff of veterinarians, wildlife specialists and naturalists, advances CBCM's mission to rescue and protect more birds.

Watch this short video about the partnership between CBCM and the Willowbrook Wildlife Center:



Fox Valley Wildlife Center
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Fox Valley Wildlife Center
P.O. Box 385
Elburn, IL 60119
630-365-3800
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Fox Valley Wildlife Center is a licensed wildlife hospital partnered with the Kane County Forest Preserve in Elburn, Illinois that cares for thousands of orphaned and injured native and non-native wild animals and birds each year. Open to accept wildlife seven days a week during the spring and summer with limited winter hours.



Chicago Bird Collision Monitors is grateful for the work of the dedicated and skilled wildlife specialists at these not-for-profit centers. Their support has made it possible for CBCM to continue its bird rescue efforts!

Please donate generously to these centers!




Chicago Bird Collision Monitors (CBCM) is an all volunteer bird conservation project that operates under the auspices of
the Chicago Audubon Society.


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