Serving South Carolina since 1993

About Us

Wildlife Rehab of Greenville is an all volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of orphaned and injured wildlife. Education of the public is also an important goal.

Wendy Watson, President
Shannon Winters, Vice President
Jane MacDonald, Secretary
Susan Stack, Treasurer
Frances Harrell
Patricia Knighting
Jessica Poth
Rhonda Weed
Angie Wood

Founded in 1993, Wildlife Rehab of Greenville is funded solely by its members and public donations, which cover the cost of food and veterinary expenses for our wildings. We are all volunteers and are not paid for our work. WRG works with Animal Control and the Department of Natural Resources to aid wildlife in need. We have all necessary permits required by law to rehabilitate and exhibit wildlife.

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All of our rehab work is done by our volunteer members. If you share our passion for animals in need, complete the membership form on our volunteer page to begin the membership process.

Links of Interest
National Wildlife Federation
National Opossum Society
Carolina Waterfowl Rescue
Keeper of the Wild

Found an animal in need? Please text (include a picture if possible) or leave a message on our hotline at 864-233-0339.
For a list of rehabbers near you and emergency steps you can take to help, please visit our "I Found An Animal" page.

Upcoming Events

Contact Rhonda Weed at for class reservations only.
Classes fill up quickly!
WRG Basic Rehab Class
Saturday, Oct 1st
Arrive no later than 9:45am – Ends approx 3:15pm
Fee: $25 Payable Online
Everyone must take this class before they can rehab any species with WRG. You can also take it as a refresher if needed (refresher class is free - bring your own manual).
Class participation is available to members, including children 10 and up. We encourage children to learn about wildlife! However, younger children will be bored and can become a distraction to others trying to learn, so please be considerate! You are welcome to bring your own snacks & drinks (microwave & fridge available). Also, there are restaurants nearby for a quick bite between classes.
Current Membership Form on file Use this link if you haven’t filled it out yet this year:
Complete the Membership Form Online Be sure to include your Name, main email address, and phone number.
Paid 2022 Membership Fee ($50 Individual / $60 Family - per calendar year)
Pay Membership Fee Online Be sure to include your name, and family member names if applicable.
If you paid for a new membership after October 1st, your membership is good through the next calendar year! *Family memberships: The adults are the responsible party for the animals!
You are welcome to bring your own snacks & drinks (microwave & fridge available).
**Email me once you've paid for this class so that I have a manual for you on class day!
Haywood Road
Greenville, SC

We are currently still accepting wildlife calls at this time. Please don't hesitate to call!
Our rehabbers may ask to take certain precautions when dealing with the public in order to protect themselves and the public.
Thank you for understanding.