WildCare tries to release animals back to their home territories, but certain situations call for them to be relocated. This is where the release site program comes into play.
Every year, WildCare releases hawks, owls, fox squirrels, opossums, skunks, raccoons, foxes, bobcats, ducks, geese and a variety of songbirds — all on properties that are a part of the wildlife release site program.
|Eagle Release (Video)|
|Fox Release (Video)|
Each wildlife species has its own unique habitat requirements that must be met in order for it to survive after release. Many animals simply need a place to get started, with suitable cover and resources where they can readjust to the life in the wild before dispersing. Others need an area to call home, where they can establish a territory and become a functioning member of the local community. In either case, your property may help fulfill this need.
Through the generosity of caring individuals we can ensure that all released animals will have the best possible chance for survival.
Land for release sites
If you have 40 acres or more and are interested in becoming part of the release site program, or if you know someone who might be, please download the form, or contact us by phone at (405) 872-9338.
Watch an animal release
Become a member of the WildCare Foundation at the “Fox” level and receive an invitation to see a rehabilitated animal up close, learn its history, and watch as it is released back to the wild. Click here to learn more about the benefits of WildCare memberships.
Release Site Application
Release Site Application – Note: You must have AT LEAST 80 acres to apply! Use this form to submit an application to make your personal property a potential release site for rehabilitated wildlife. Requires Acrobat Reader; if you don’t have it you can get it from Adobe.com.