WildCare Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and re-release of injured and orphaned native Oklahoma wildlife. Located in Noble, Oklahoma, it was co-founded in 1984 by Executive Director Rondi Large and Facility Director O.T. Sanders, two dedicated volunteers who have lead WildCare through the last 30 years of growth and success. Our team at AnthroExpo is thrilled to partner with WildCare as its charity of choice for 2020.

Since opening, over 100,000 wild animals have passed through our doors. Over 7,000 patients representing over 140 different species are treated annually thanks to thousands of willing rescuers and dedicated supporters. Visit our facebook page to learn about past and current patients.

WildCare Foundation was officially incorporated in 1994 and approved as a tax-exempt non-profit IRS 501(c)3 organization in 1995. Although licensed by state and federal agencies, WildCare does not receive any government funding. We are supported entirely by 
donations from caring individuals like you.

WildCare has been in operation and licensed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for rehabilitation of native Oklahoma wildlife since 1984. In addition to the state license, WildCare also possess the following permits which allow work with migratory birds:

  • Permitted Special Purpose Wildlife Rehabilitator 50 CFR 21.27 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service since 1991

  • Permitted Special Purpose Possession – Educational 50 CFR Part 13 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service since 1991

  • Permitted Bald or Golden Eagles Special Purpose Wildlife Rehabilitator, 50 CFR 13.12 (a) and 50 CFR 22.21 since 2003