Information on Injured or Orphaned Animal
Please note: The Kalamazoo Conservation District and the Kalamazoo Nature Center do NOT accept injured or orphaned animals.
If you are concerned about an injured or orphaned animal, please visit the Michigan Department of Natural Resources website for a list of Michigan Licensed Rehabilitators BEFORE moving, touching or otherwise handling the animal. These community volunteers are specially licensed to care for and rehabilitate injured animals and can give you more information on your specific situation. Only licensed wildlife rehabilitators are legally able to possess abandoned or injured wildlife. Unless you are licensed, it is illegal to possess a live wild animal, including deer, in Michigan.
Please rememeber that many baby animals spend most of their day alone, waiting for their mothers to return.
For more information visit:
Private Water Well Resources
This Well Owner Resources website is your one-stop resource for information relating to private water well systems and groundwater.
The Master Gardener Hotline - 1-888-MSUE-4MI (888-678-3464)
These experts can help you make wise decisions about your garden, lawn and landscape problems. The toll-free number directs callers to a specialized team of Advanced Master Gardeners who can answer questions, identify plants and pest problems, and help callers understand their pest control options.
Great Websites for Teachers and Kids:
The Water Stewardship Program is aimed at Michigan residents encouraging them to take voluntary proactive steps to protect Michigan's water quality.
Other Useful Links:
Michigan Natural Resources and Conservation Services
Web Soil Survey
Michigan Agricultural Environmental Assurance Program
US Environmental Protection Agency
Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy
City of Kalamazoo water Resoruces - Protect Your Water
09:00 am - 04:00 pm
Due to the pandemic, we are open by appointment only. Please call BEFORE you visit so that someone can assist you.
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