Our mission is to build a wildlife rehabilitation facility in Riverview, Fl with a focus on birds of prey, or raptors. Every year the demand for our services increases.
Wildlife rehabilitation organizations don’t receive any government funding but instead rely on the support of people like you. Please consider making a one time donation or recurring monthly donations today! We rescue over 1000 wild birds and animals each year. We’re all in this together!
Every time you donate to the Raptor Center of Tampa Bay you help our injured, sick and orphaned native birds. There are other ways you can help. Visit our volunteer page for more information.
To donate goods
Please call our hot line to schedule a time that is mutually convenient.
Below is a list of items that we use daily. If you are unable to send money, we understand, there are many other ways that you can help. Your donation of goods such as paper towels and sheets, fleece, towels and blankets can go a long way.
Gift Certificates to home depot or Lowes for building supplies
Trash bags – janitor, lawn and kitchen sizes
Non-stick bandages and Tagaderm bandages
Alcohol, chlorahexidine and perixoide
Vet wrap, 1, 2 or 4 inch
Wood and hardware to build a wooden deck and mews
Bed or waterproof pads, Laundry detergent, Dawn dishwashing liquid
Large animal water bowls
Bags of builders sand, gravel
5lb bag of Dried Mealworms
1000 Live Mealworms
3lb bag of Frozen Blueberries (Song Birds)
1000 ml Lactated Ringers Solution, this is used to hydrate birds just like a human getting an IV
Emeraid – Carnivore and Piscavore liquid nourishment for birds in critical care
1 Box of 1ml Syringes, Sterile Tip, used to give oral medicine
Heating Pads, with variable speed and and ability to keep them on without auto shut off
Mite & Lice Bird Spray Disposable Gloves
Cleaning products – laundry detergent, bleach, dawn soap, sponges, white vinegar, etc.
Mesh laundry bags
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Visit our Volunteer page for all kinds of volunteer opportunities.