OCCRA’s mission is to improve city services, save time and money for the residents of Multnomah county and our emergency responders—and help our less fortunate animal residents, via safe handling and transport of our creature friends by well trained and equipped responders.
Have you found an injured or sick wild animal?
Please contact the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Clackamas Office 971.673.6000
You can also try contacting the Audubon Wildlife Care Center which is open every day 0900-1700.
Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital accepts injured wildlife 24/7 - 503.228.7281
OCCRA may be able to assist in capture and transport of injured wildlife between the hours of 1700-0700. Please call us at 971.645.3450 to inquire. Please understand that OCCRA can only assist if the patient is a native species, and if a licensed rehabber or care facility is open for intake. OCCRA is not permitted to hold wildlife overnight. We may give callers other suggestions, and help triage the situation, in situations where we cannot legally respond.
OCCRA may be able to assist you in capture and transport of animals who are being rehomed (particularly farm animals). Homes need to be previously arranged before we transport, as OCCRA does not have the capacity to find adoptive homes, which is a much larger operation. Please send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org with details, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.