Park City Hummingbird Hospital is a non-profit 501(c)(3) based in Park City, Utah. Our mission is to provide exceptional care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned hummingbirds and bats while prioritizing environmental education within the community. We are committed to the preservation and conservation of these remarkable species, their habitats, and the overall biodiversity of our region. Through our dedicated efforts, we strive to inspire a sense of wonder, foster environmental stewardship, and empower individuals to become active participants in the protection and sustainable management of our natural world.
*Park City Hummingbird Hospital holds permits for Wildlife Rehabilitation through The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and The United States Fish and Wildlife Service
*We receive no state of federal funding and are funded through private donations, grants, and fundraisers.
*Park City Hummingbird Hospital is committed to providing a climate of diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout our organization. Our statement of contribution to diversity , equity and inclusion can be found on the last section of this site.
195 Patients treated so far in 2023
and 586 Wildlife Calls answered on the Wildlife Hotline
Jody relocated to Park City in 2022 from Maine, where she was the Executive Director of Sunday River Wildlife. At SRW, Jody worked with a wide variety of species including hawks, owls, small mammals, fox, opossum, waterfowl, and songbirds. Her experience includes over 2000 hours of hands on and clinical training through the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association, The International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council, and Bat World Sanctuary. Jody holds her Ms. Ed and has worked as a wildlife rehabilitator for over 10 years. Advanced veterinary and surgical care is provided in consultation with Wasatch Exotic Pet Care in Salt Lake City, UT.
Research and Citizen Science Initiatives 2024
Echo-Wonders Curriculum Development
Acoustic Monitoring of local bat species and roosting sites
Community Acoustic Bat Walks
Hummingbird Dataset Collection
Wildlife Hotline (801)228-0831
Please call us if you have found
injured or orphaned hummingbirds or bats. We are also happy to answer questions or concerns about any species of wildlife.
New for 2024 - we can accept both injured mammals and birds for transfer and transport to other licensed facilities.