A wildlife rehabilitator is an individual who volunteers time, resources and expertise to help injured and orphaned wildlife. Their efforts are very often the only chance wild animals have to survive certain life threatening situations, usually "man-made." Rehabilitators must complete training requirements, pass an examination to become licensed, complete continuing education courses and file annual reports.The medicine, medical care, food and shelter provided must meet government standards. Since there is no funding or reimbursement, we depend on donations to meet these extensive and constant expenses.


Each year hundreds of injured and orphaned wild animals are cared for by Wildlife Rehabilitator Regina Whitman at Desert Cry. Located at the base of the San Tan Mountains in Queen Creek, AZ, Desert Cry specializes in small mammals (rabbits, squirrels, skunks). But, Desert Cry is prepared to assist with any wildlife situation, including nuisance animals. Although licensed by Arizona State Game and Fish, Desert Cry receives NO FUNDING from the government.


DESERT CRY is funded only by donations from folks like you.
Even a small one can make a big difference.
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Desert Cry can continue to

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34462 N. Lazy Loop
Queen Creek, AZ 85142

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