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Diamond Rock Wildlife Rehabilitation, Malvern, 610-240-0883, www.diamondrockwildlife.org
AARK Wildlife Rehabilitation, Chalfont, 215-249-1938, www.aark.org
Main Line Wildlife Rehabilitation, Ardmore, 610-649-0117
Schuylkill Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic, Roxborough, 215-482-8217, www.schuylkillcenter.org/departments/wildlife
Tri-State Bird Rescue, Newark, 302-737-9543, www.tristatebird.org
White Flicker Wild Bird Rehabilitation, Ambler, 215-643-1263, www.whiteflicker.org
Pennsylvania Game Commission, 610-926-3136
General Hunting permits are also issued to licensed hunters at undeveloped open space that includes the Linfield and Sanatoga Basins, the McGrail Property and Hatfield Property. Contact Warwick Park at 610-469-1916 for information on the Basins, and Hibernia Park at 610-383-3812 for information on the other two open space sites. Hunting Information
Equestrian use is presently permitted on the Schuylkill River Trail (SRT), because it is unpaved, and does not have the high degree of pedestrian and bicycle use that Struble and Chester Valley Trails have. In general, the County’s regional trails are off-limits to equestrian use due to the potential conflicts associated with large numbers of users (joggers and cyclists) and the excessive wear and damage that regular horseshoes can cause to paved, macadam trail surfaces.
The following are prohibited uses: Motorized vehicles including motor vehicles, segueways, motorcycles and mopeds, powered scooters and snowmobiles (excluding authorized vehicles). Skateboards; equestrian use, including horseback riding, horse with carriage, pony carts, etc.