What did you find?

Adult injured bird                       Orphaned or injured baby bird

Adult bird 1                 Baby birds 3


Bats trapped or inured                 Baby Bunnies & Rabbits

Bat, Campaign 072                      Bunny 1


Finding a Fawn                               Opossum

Fawn 1    Mr P 1


Baby Raccoon                                 Adult Raccoon

th             adult raccoon 1

Mission Statement

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The Animal Rehabilitators Alliance of New Jersey is a non-profit organization comprised of a diverse group of animal care professionals and experts dedicated to helping animal rehabilitators throughout the state thrive and function in their roles as caretakers for injured birds and mammals.

Living in the most densely populated urbanized region in the United States, it is reasonable to expect that our animals and our people will eventually come into contact with one another. This contact can either be a positive or negative experience.  In some unfortunate cases, contact can result in animals requiring urgent attention and care from our state’s animal rehabilitators.

Formed in 2002, our goals are to:

  • Provide procedural education to those who encounter an orphaned or injured animal.
  • Provide the necessary information to protect and care for wildlife in open space.
  • Inform the public of the role, work and importance of wildlife animal rehabilitators.
  • Provide direction and guidance to rehabilitators for inspections and with education and training.
  • Serve as a viable source of educational supplies and materials (i.e. National Wildlife Rehabilitators Alliance manuals and documents).
  • Assist in new facility set-ups, maintenance animal care and daily rehabilitation practices and operations.