The Israeli Wildlife Hospital

The Israeli Wildlife Hospital was founded in cooperation with the Zoological Centre Tel-Aviv, Ramat-Gan (Safari) and the Nature and Parks Protection Authority. These entities consider the treatment of wild animals and the rehabilitation and conservation of species in danger of extinction to be of the utmost importance.

Unfortunately, in the last decades we have witnessed the disappearance of many of the Israeli wildlife; mammals, birds and reptiles. The many hazards that put wildlife in danger are caused the human activity, and we aspire to diminish these damages. Processes such as urbanization, reduction of living habitat, road building, hunting, poisoning, electrocution, road traffic accidents and more threaten to extinct the wildlife that has shared our world since back to biblical times.

Our purpose is to give wild animals the best veterinary care and rehabilitation possible, and to help prevent the extinction of wildlife in Israel and in the world.