Nature's Haven Inc -        "Helping Nature Get a Second Chance"

Mission Statement
"Nature’s Haven Inc. is committed to providing medical care and rehabilitation services to injured, displaced, orphaned, infant, native wildlife (primarily mammals) of Kentucky within a safe and humane environment. Without intervention these animals would not be able to survive on their own and therefore would perish. Our goal is to release healthy wildlife suitable for survival, into a natural habitat and to promote wildlife conservation while educating the public of their wild neighbors. We are here to "Help Nature Get a Second Chance".
Thank you!

All our volunteers who helped during U.S. 127 yard sale and everyone donating goods

Thanks to all who have donated aluminum cans, blankets, sheets, food, supplies etc...
Welcome and thank you for visiting Nature's Haven Inc.  We are a wildlife rescue home-based facility located in rural Anderson County, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, primarily caring for native wild infant "mammals" as rabbits, raccoons, opossums, squirrels, deer, bobcats, foxes, chipmunks, groundhogs and skunks.  We serve local surrounding communities.
Permitted by Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
Member of the National Wildlife Rehabilitation Association

We are a 501(c)3 non profit organization and operate entirely from donations and our own pockets. Donations always welcome, nothing too small. Receipts upon request and all donations are tax deductible.

Thank you

Amendments to Wildlife Rehabilitation Regulation
(301 KAR 2:075)

Effective February 1, 2018, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator shall not accept, obtain or possess a rabies vector species(RVS) originating from the "Enhanced Rabies Surveillance Area" or transport a rehabilitated RVS into or out of the enhanced rabies surveillance area.

What is the "Enhanced Rabies Surveillance Area? It consists of 25 counties in Kentucky; Bell, Boyd, Bracken, Carter, Clay, Elliott, Fleming, Floyd, Greenup, Harlan, Johnson, Knott, Knox, Laurel, Lawrence, Leslie, Letcher, Lewis, Martin, Mason, McCreary, Pike, Perry, Robertson and Whitley.

What are the Rabies Vector Species?  Coyote, Grey and Red Fox, Raccoon, Spotted and Striped Skunks.

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