Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation



“Until we extend the circle of our compassion to all

living things, we will not find peace.”

Albert Schweitzer

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“Until we extend the circle of our compassion to all living things, we will not find peace.”

Albert Schweitzer


More than 30% of the annual budget at Second Chance is spent on species specific diets for the more than 700 animals we provide care for each year, thereby insuring appropriate nutrition required for growing babies to develop properly and severely injured animals to heal. It costs about $180 to raise one small bird (like a robin) from hatch to release and about $120 to raise one small mammal (like a squirrel) from birth to release.


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Second Chance Wildlife Rehab Feeding Program