Do you have questions about your local wildlife populations or their habitats? Want to find someone to help with local educational or outreach programs? Want to learn where to see and enjoy wildlife and the outdoors in your home county?
Do you have issues with wildlife being where they’re not welcome? In the attic? In the garden or crop fields? If the resources on this website for dealing with Problem Wildlife weren’t enough, you may need some professional help.
Are you interested in improving your land for wildlife? Want to learn about and gain access to a broad portfolio of state and federal financial support for wildlife habitat projects? Contact a professional wildlife biologist, conservationist, or forester in these categories to improve you land for wildlife and take advantage of the expertise and financial resources available to achieve your goals.
Have you found a sick or injured critter? Captured something inside during the winter time that won’t survive outside? Wildlife rehabilitators in Iowa are licensed by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources and can take and in some cases capture and transport injured wildlife. This section provides contact information for the licensed wildlife rehabilitators in each county.
The information contained on the Wildlife Contacts Application on this website is an amalgamation of publicly-available information. Inclusion of entities in the application does not imply endorsement by Iowa State University or affiliates. Please contact Adam Janke (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about the application.