Moraine Ridge

We are here to rescue, rehabilitate, and release native Indiana wildlife.

Cottontail Rabbits

Recently released bunnies couldn't resist a bite to eat before hopping off into the woods.

Success Stories

July 25, 2014 we released 6 Eastern Cottontail Rabbits after a few weeks of rehabilitation. They were found abandoned in a backyard at 10 days old. At about 1 month old most cottontails will leave the nest and be on their own. They couldn't resist a bite to eat before hopping off into the woods.

WHAT WE DO

The Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center was founded in 1997 by a group of wildlife rehabilitators and enthusiasts. Their primary mission then and now is to rescue, rehabilitate and return orphaned and injured wildlife to the wild. A second parallel and equally essential part of the mission is to provide educational opportunities for the community that promotes informed and humane interaction with native wildlife. Read More...

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