Wildlife on Tribal Lands
With help from our partners, NAHS continues to add information and resources for respecting and protecting wildlife in our communities.
"Animal Help Now" App and Website for Wildlife Emergencies and Conflicts
The Animal Help Now app is available for download and offers 24/7 assistance in wildlife emergenices
Animal Help Now provides immediate and appropriate assistance for any wildlife emergency, coast to coast. Animal Help Now's database includes more than 3700 helpers, including wildlife rehabilitators, rescues, and hotlines, as well as veterinarians who treat wildlife. Animal Help Now even offers access to businesses that humanely resolve conflicts with wildlife, such as raccoons in attics and skunks under porches.
Visit the Animal Help Now site or download the app on Apple App Store or Google Play.
Learn more about feather repositories, holding and distribution centers that can legally accept and distribute feathers as protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act to enrolled adult tribal members of federally recognized tribes, here.