Wildlife Haven

Rating: 4.91 stars   11 reviews


3659 State Route 598 Crestline OH 44827 USA


Wildlife Haven was founded in 1990. Our main focus is on the care of injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife. Wildlife Haven provides professional care to native birds and animals, most of which are in trouble due to manmade causes, and gives them a second chance at life in the natural world.


Rehabilitation - cared for 650injured/orphaned animals with a 81% release rate. Assisted over 1600 people with wildlife questions and inquiries related to animal care/preservation.

education - presented 15 programs to over 800 people at public forums and speaking engagements, and assisted over 2000 visitors/ callers with one-on-one educational responses.

2011 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Role: Professional with expertise in this field
Rating: 5 stars  

I am a veterinarian who used to practice in the clinic where Jane would bring injured wildlife for care. She taught me a great deal about wildlife and about people. Over the years I have had opportunities to work with other wildlife rescue organizations, and they all have fallen short of the work Jane does at Wildlife Haven. Hands down, this is the best facility in Ohio, and I suspect one of the best in the country. North central Ohio is blessed to have Wildlife Haven as their option for wildlife care and information.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Patients for whom I cared have been released back into the wild, which is a great feeling. There were failures, too, in those poor creatures that could not be saved. Each leaves a special mark on one's heart.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Give Jane a special potion that would allow her to live forever! I'm sure someday she would like to retire, and what will our wild friends do then?

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