Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation located in Pueblo has provided wildlife rescue,
rehabilitation and humane solutions to human-wildlife conflict statewide for 26 years. Every year we
rehabilitate more than 600 sick, injured and orphaned wild animals like
migratory songbirds, water birds, turtles, and small mammals including species
of concern. We also provide temporary
care for raptors and medium sized mammals.
Second Chance Wildlife Rehab participates in research studies of
wildlife diseases. We provide
information regarding current wildlife/human issues. We provide public
educational programs to schools, nature centers, events.
We accept wildlife from wildlife officers,
parks employees, animal control officers, veterinarians, police, sheriff, state
patrol, humane societies and other agencies as well as the public. Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation is a
valuable asset to the community helping people and animals. Second
Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation is the only wildlife rehabilitation facility
in Colorado south of El Paso County, east of Pueblo to the Kansas state line, south of
Pueblo to the New Mexico state line and west of Pueblo to Archuleta or Rio
Grande counties that is licensed to care for migratory songbirds, waterfowl,
the services we provide, thousands of wild animals would be euthanized by other
agencies who are not skilled or equipped to care for them or would die in the
care of well-meaning but untrained, misinformed people who find them.
Chance Wildlife Rehab provides these services free of charge, yet we receive no government funding relying on
donations and grants to operate.