W4953 Hwy H, Fredonia, WI 53021
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To rehabilitate and release wildlife indigenous to Wisconsin.  To raise consciousness, promote awareness, and help educate individuals regarding wildlife and the preservation of the environment. 


38 Years and Movin' Forward

Over the years, the number of patient admits to Pine View has continued to grow beyond our expectations. As a result of habitat lost due to human encroachment, encounters with wildlife have become more frequent. Specific species with a demontrated increase include Great Horned Owl, Barred Owls, Eagles, Red Tailed Hawks, Fox, Coyote, Badgers, Turtles and Frogs.

Our new second hospital (Pine View South) facilitates meeting the increased number of patients admitted each year.

Both of our facilities are closed to the public unless by appointment.

Thanks to our Board of Directors, volunteers, community groups and organizations, and our valued membership we strategically plan for sustainabiity into the future.

Your support is essential to pertpetuating our goals. Please consider a donation or becoming a member of Pine View. Thank you.

For a summary of our Pine View's major accomplishments over the past 38 years, click here.

Learn what to do if you find a wild animal.