St. Francis Wildlife

If you found wildlife….

If you determine that it needs to come in please bring it to St. Francis Wildlife.
St. Francis Wildlife, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, was founded in 1978 to provide humane care and rehabilitation for all species of sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife in North Florida.

Each year, they receive and care for more than 3,500 animals, from Ruby-throated Hummingbirds and Gray Squirrels to Bald Eagles and River Otters. Sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife can be dropped off at our hospital until St. Francis volunteers are able to pick up and transfer to their facility. They also respond to rescue calls.

Their wildlife hospital and rehabilitation facility is located on 35 secluded acres of forest, fields and ponds, four miles northwest of Havana in Gadsden County at 5580 Salem Rd., Quincy, Florida, 32352.

St. Francis Wildlife Association
5580 Salem Rd.
Quincy, FL 32352
(850) 627-4151
Read a story about three bats that were rescued from the Tallahassee Civic Center and brought to St. Francis Wildlife Association.


The video below is of Dr. Brumfield performing a fracture repair on a fox that was brought to Northwood Animal Hospital by St. Francis Wildlife.

WARNING: The video below is not for the squeamish.