Alaska Wildlife Rescue prides itself on being able to rescue and rehabilitate animals of all shapes and sizes, year round. Our services include rescuing wildlife ranging from bats to bears and nearly everything in between. Big or small, we’ll try to rescue them all!

Raptor Bird Rescue Alaska

Raptor Bird Rescue

Alaska Wildlife Rescue provides raptor rescue throughout Alaska. A few of the raptor species rescued are eagles, owls and hawks:

Migratory Bird Rescue

Migratory Bird Rescue

Alaska Wildlife Rescue provides bird rescue throughout Alaska. A few of the migratory bird species rescued are ducks, geese, and swans:

Alaska Moose Rescue

Moose Rescue

Alaska Wildlife Rescue provides moose rescue throughout Alaska. The main species of moose that is rescued is the Alaskan-Yukon moose:

Alaska Bear Rescue

Bear Rescue

Alaska Wildlife Rescue provides bear rescue throughout Alaska. The two main species that are rescued in Alaska are the Brown/Grizzly and the Black bear:

Marine Mammal Rescue Alaska

Marine Mammal Rescue

Alaska Wildlife Rescue provides marine mammal rescue throughout Alaska. A few of the marine mammal species rescued are seals, otters, and whales:

Wild Canine Rescue Alaska

Wild Canine Rescue

Alaska Wildlife Rescue provides wild canine rescue, including fox rescue, throughout Alaska. A few of the wild canine species rescued are foxes, wolves and coyotes:

Alaska Bat Rescue

Bat Rescue

Alaska Wildlife Rescue provides bat rescue throughout Alaska. The species in need of rescue are the Little Brown Myotis, the Keen’s Myotis, and the Silver-haired bat:

Alaska Squirrel Rescue

Squirrel Rescue

Alaska Wildlife Rescue provides squirrel rescue throughout Alaska. The two main species that are rescued are the Northern Flying and the Red squirrel:

Alaska Porcupine Rescue

Porcupine Rescue

Alaska Wildlife Rescue provides porcupine rescue throughout Alaska. The main species of porcupine that is rescued in Alaska is the North American porcupine:

Want to Volunteer Your Time?

Do you have a love for animals? What better way to spread that love than to foster an animal in need of some TLC! Alaska Wildlife Rescue offers numerous options in which you can donate your time, in order to help Alaska’s precious wildlife.