Our focus is on domestic rabbits.
Wild rabbits and domestic rabbits are different species and require different care. Much of the time wild rabbits die in captivity.
We are not licensed to take in wild rabbits.
If you have found a wild rabbit with an injury or have reason to believe something has happened to Mom, please contact a wildlife rehab center:
If you have found a nest:
Baby rabbits leave the nest when they are 3 weeks old and about the size of a chipmunk. If you find a chipmunk-sized but fully-furred rabbit with eye open, ears erect and the ability to hop, it is meant to be on its own. As small and helpless as it may look, it is not an orphan and doesn’t need your help.
The mom will only visit the nest around dawn and dusk to feed the babies. She stays away during the day to avoid drawing in predators. If you are unsure if she has visited, put something like sticks in the shape of an X over the nest or a circle of flour around it to see if its been disturbed after mom returns. If the babies have round bellies, they are being fed.
Do NOT move the nest or Mom won’t find the babies because they have no scent.