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Florida

Georgia

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas Occasionally a state has a disparaging orphaned/injured wildlife site that encourages you to do as little as possible to help wildlife. Shame on you, Kansas. We see you. They do have a list of licensees, however.

Kentucky

Lousiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi Occasionally a state has a disparaging orphaned/injured wildlife site that encourages you to do as little as possible to help wildlife. Shame on you, Mississippi. We see you. They do have a list of licensees, however.

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon Oregon has a "prohibited species" list that includes opossums, cottontail rabbits, and Eastern grey squirrels. Like anyone who values habitat and ecosystem preservation, we at NOS understand that invasive species are a problem worldwide. But Oregon's war on opossums is not founded on scientific data, and it is simple to understand that even if opossums had not been introduced to the state 100 years ago, they would have easily migrated there in a natural manner. Shame on you, Oregon. Contact the rehabbers on the list and ask for their frank advice. Rehabbers in neighboring states may be able to help.

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota We are horrified to learn of South Dakota's bounty program on opossums, badgers, striped skunks, racoons and foxes. If you live in SD, please contact your governor and legislators regarding this appalling program.

Tennessee

Texas

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Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wyoming

British Columbia

Alberta

Ontario

Quebec
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