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Humbolt Wildlife Care Center Kathi Pollard.
Bay Area - Oakland, Berkeley, Piedmont, Montclair
The Yggdrasil Urban Wildlife Rescue center
- We are a small center, rescuing orphaned and injured squirrels, opossums and raccoons. We also answer wildlife emergency questions and can refer people to centers in the area who take birds and other wildlife.
510-421-9897 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Cindy Kamler - 760-872-1487
Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley - raptors, medical problems
Lindsay Wildlife Hospital tree squirrels, ground squirrels, chipmunks
Fresno Wildlife Rehabilitation herons and small mammals.
Lisa Dufur mammals, squirrels, pigeons and songbirds.
Ft. Jones (Siskiyou County)
WRI Wildlife Rescue Center
Feather River Wildlife Care Kevin Kormylo.
Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center Roselyn Cunningham.
Wetlands & Wildlife Care Center of Orange County
- caring for avian (especially seabirds), small mammals (opossums, squirrels, etc), and oiled birds. Last year we received 2,508 animals from all over southern California. This year we expected to see well over 4,000. The center is open every day from 7a.m to 6p.m. 714-374-5587
Huntington Beach (Orange County)
Wildlife Rehabilitation - Chris Fowler, rehab SKUNKS ONLY. (Will
gladly give referrals for other wildlife) (714)969-7547
Irvine - Laguna Niguel
Pacific Wildlife Project Expertise in treatment of botulism in Pelicans & emergency response. Special recognition award by U.S. Dept. of Interior for treatment of Salton Sea Pelicans. Specialties: pelicans, seabirds, water birds, songbirds. (949)831-1178
Wildlife Fawn Rescue Wildlife Fawn Rescue is dedicated to the care, rehabilitation, and release of Black-tailed Fawns and Western Gray Squirrels in Sonoma County.
Friends of the Sea Lion stranded marine mammals along Orange County coastline Comments: open daily 10-4 to the public.
All Wildlife Rescue and Education stranded marine mammals along Orange County coastline Comments: open daily 10-4 to the public.
|Los Angeles County
Wildlife Center - CWC is a non-profit organization dedicated to the
rescue, rehabilitation, and release of sick, injured, and orphaned native
wildlife. CWC cares for all species of native wildlife including marine
mammal rescue. Call 818-591-WILD
International Wildlife Education & Conservation (IWEC) Enrichment Specialist, Animal Trainer & Behaviorist Certified Animal Evaluator.
Opossum Society of U.S.
- opossums and other small mammals, veterinary technician.
Morongo Basin Wildlife Rehab. Station birds.
Wildlife Rescue Center of Napa County -
Nan Pipestem Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
- NPWRC rehabilitates birds and mammals in San Benito County. (831) 628-3400
Wildlife Rescue, Inc. - 650-494-2578 (H) or 650-329-2189 (W)
The Fund for Animals Wildlife Rehabilitation Center coyotes, bobcats, mountain lions, and birds of prey .
Rescue & Education - we are in the Sacramento Valley of California
and also service the surrounding foothills. We accept only bats. For
NorCalBats - Rescue and Education call (530) 902-1918
Project Wildlife team leaders for all species cared for.
Wild Wings of California Passerines, non-passerines, and raptors.
|San Francisco County
SF Rescued Orphan Mammal Program (SFROMP)
- We accept all injured or orphaned mammals. Phone number For calls regarding animals in S.F County, please call (415) 554-6364 for an animal pickup. To call our wildlife Hotline, please call 415-350-WILD
|San Luis Obispo County
Pacific Wildlife Care species, contact. 805-543-WILD
- Located in central Marin County, WildCare treats all species of wild
birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles. We are open from 9am - 5pm seven
days a week, and our Living with Wildlife Hotline-- (415)456-SAVE is
available 24 hours a day.
Each year WildCare treats nearly 4,000 ill, injured and orphaned wild
animal patients in our wildlife hospital, and teaches more than 40,000 Bay
Area kids and adults in our nature education programs. WildCare also
encourages Bay Area residents to live humanely with wildlife through our
Living with Wildlife programs, including our 24-hour hotline and our
Wildlife Solutions service.
76 Albert Park Lane San Rafael, CA 94901. (415)456-7283 (phone) or email@example.com
Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network seabirds, songbirds, and small mammals. If you have a wildlife emergency please call our helpline number. It is checked hourly between 7 A.M. and 9 P.M. every day. 805-966-0023
Solano County Area
Marsh Natural History Association/ Suisun Wildlife Center Over 200
species of birds, mammals, and reptiles have been treated in the 27 years of
operation. The Suisun Marsh Natural History Association is irrevocably
dedicated to the specific and primary purposes of enhancing the preservation
of wildlife by: The preservation of wetlands, uplands and other unique
ecosystems for educational, recreational, scenic, or open space opportunities.
The operation of an interpretive program designed to educate the public on the
interrelationships of all forms of life. The operation of a wildlife care
facility for the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and diseased
wild animals with facilities for community education and scientific research
in the field of wildlife husbandry and biology.
Call 707.429.4295 (hawk) or E-mail
Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center Renee Rhoy. 209-537-2624
|Sutter Creek - (Amador, Calaveras, and San Joaquin counties)
Tri County Wildlife Care - animal care, rescues, and emergencies only call (209) 267-5867, (all other calls, (209) 754-0399 M-F 8-6 PST).
Wildlife Care of Ventura County tree squirrels . 805-498-8653
The Lindsay Museum Charlie Kaiser.
Willits Wildlife Rehabilitation Team
name Opossum care and handling; Wildlife around the home appreciating,
discouraging, humane removal.
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