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Wing IT

 

WING-IT (Wildlife In Need Group In Tulsa) is an organization, a part of the Tulsa Audubon Society, dedicated to the rehabilitation of orphaned, sick, injured or otherwise displaced wildlife with the ultimate goal of releasing them back into the wild.  The organization allows rehabbers to assist and support each other in the demanding commitment of rehabilitating wildlife.  It also provides a basis for educating the public regarding assisting wildlife in need and recruiting additional volunteers to work as rehabilitators. 

 

We can be reached at 918-508-9607, and be sure to like us on Facebook (WING IT) to follow the latest news and events. For more information related to WING-IT, visit www.wingintulsa.org.

 

What if I find an injured bird or animal?

 

Follow the flow chart below. If necessary please take the animal to one of these vets who have graciously agreed to act as a drop-off locations:

 

Forest Trails Animal Hospital, 6528 E 101st

 

South Memorial Animal Hospital, 7924 E. 55th St

 

Oklahoma Veterinarian Specialists, 9360 S Union

after-hours drop-off only at OVS please

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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