Wildlife Aid & Transport




Did you know... every year SPCA Tampa Bay aids in the rescue and transport of sick, injured and infant wildlife. Working alongside local wildlife rehabilitators, we provide this valuable service within Pinellas County.
 
To request help call 727-586-3591 for service. Sick and injured wildlife found anywhere in Pinellas County can receive around-the-clock transport and emergency medical care. We ask that you contain the animal in need, and wait for our driver to arrive. 
 
Our nonprofit organization relies on the generosity of contributions from the community. There is no fee for our wildlife transport service, but any donation is greatly appreciated and helps us continue to aid in the rescue of local wildlife. To make a donation to help wildlife and all of the more than 8,500 animals receiving care from us each year, click here.
 

Raccoon baby found with its
head stuck in a plastic bottle.

Baby squirrel

 

Screech owl

 Yellow Crown Heron

 

Baby Moles

Coopers Hawk
 
Learn more about the wildlife that share our environment. Click here. 
If you are calling about birds of prey, eagles, ospreys, hawks, owls or kites you may also call the
Clearwater Audubon Bird of Prey Line for assistance at 727-798-2385
 
Date Created: 7/27/2012

Section Header <h2>

SPCA Tampa Bay

9099 130th Avenue North, Largo, FL 33773
Main Phone: 727-586-3591 | Fax: 727-499-0368
Cruelty Investigation Hotline 727-586-3591
Animal Transport/Sick-Injured Strays: 727-586-3591
Pet Behavior Tipline: 727-586-3593
Donations: 727-388-0450
Pet & Estate Planning Tools: 727-581-3249
New! Pet Wellness Clinic: 727-437-0260
Info@SPCATampaBay.org

© 2012 SPCA Tampa Bay - All Rights Reserved - Privacy Policy

A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION (# CH-1173) AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE 1-800-435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. THIS ORGANIZATION RETAINS 100% OF ALL CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED.