Nature's Nursery
Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation & Conservation Education

Welcome to Nature's Nursery!

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Do Not Miss the Fun!

Join us for a Party with a Purpose at the Animal Masquerade!

This is one of our biggest fundraisers for the year, and proceeds help us to continue to provide emergency medical care to injured wildlife and provide conservation education throughout  the region. 
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 The injured sandhill crane chick we received in August has been rehabilitated, released and reunited with it's parents back to the wetland from where it was rescued!  You can follow the entire story on our Nature's Nursery YouTube channel.

Sandhill Crane Release-Day One

Sandhill Crane Release-Day Three
United with Parents!

Toledo Blade Article 
August 25, 2014

"Injured crane eating up agency’s funds
Chick on road to recovery at Nature’s Nursery"

13 ABC Story: August 18, 2014
"Rare bird being cared for at Nature's Nursery"

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Please consider becoming a member, making a donation or becoming a volunteer to help support our work with injured and orphaned wildlife.  Please explore our website to learn about a variety of additional ways you can help our cause through Kroger Rewards, Amazon Smile or purchasing items from our wish list!

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We do not list our physical address to avoid animals being dropped off while no one is at the office. Those animals have very little chance of surviving when we are not available.

If you have an animal to bring to us please
call 419-877-0060 for directions and an appointment time.

If you have an animal to bring to us please
call 419-877-0060 for directions and an appointment time.

Found an animal? Click here

to see if it may need help. Never Handle Any Bat that you have found, or allow children to come in contact with it. If you do, the animal will have to be destroyed so that it can be tested for rabies.

Have questions? Click here to read our FAQs.

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 YouTube page for recent videos!

This is an example of some of the rehab activities that take place at the center to get animals ready for release.... This Coopers Hawk came in with a shoulder injury and damaged his tail feathers. He recovered from the injury but needed a new tail in order to be releasable. We used a tail from a bird that had died. Each feather must be attached in the proper order and at the proper length.

Here is a recent on of the fox kits we received earlier this Spring getting their first live mouse.  They are growing up fast!

Nature's Nursery
PO Box 2395
Whitehouse OH 43571


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