We are a non-profit organization with a wildlife hospital, nature education programs for schools and individuals, and a wildlife solutions service.
75% of animals that are trapped, taken elsewhere, and then released will die. That's why relocation is illegal!
WildCare networked with 4 other groups, and today this young osprey is out of a cage and back home to her nest!
"Where's the food?" WildCare's work is never done, during summer. These jays are ready for more, NOW, please!
We're hopping around here today! Overflowing with youngsters, from raccoons to gulls and from birds to bats ...
Everything is easier to take when you're standing shoulder-to-shoulder with some good friends!
Never touch a bat barehanded! A rabies test will kill the bat. Found one that's injured? Use a towel or gloves.
And if you DID make a baby screech owl wait for food, he would be VERY annoyed.
Hungry screech owl babies do not have TIME to pose for pictures. :)
Our newest patient: A hatching sparrow, still with its eggshell -- the sole survivor of a nest raid by crows. :)
Short and sweet video of a baby Spotted Owl re-unite! http://bit.ly/hMUHTU
Enjoy this stunning Mountain Lion picture taken by photographer Trish Carney!
Surprise! Patient #190 was keeping a secret under her splints ... hello, three happy babies, all doing fine! :D
X-ray of a Western Gull admitted to WildCare after swallowing a fish hook - please dispose of fishing line responsibly!
One of the fun things about being WildCare -- getting pix of unusual local animals! White squirrel from Greenbrae.
A photo of our happy release last Thursday -- nice to turn the tables, and make Thanksgiving fun for the turkey!
5 week old chipmunk, full-grown peanut!
Who is this odd creature? Identify the baby animal and enter to win a prize! http://bit.ly/cvPMGb
Baby Black-shouldered Kite admitted today after being blown from his nest due to last night's storms!
A bunch of orphaned baby brush bunnies! They will be released back into the wild once they are old enough to survive on their own.
The first baby squirrels of the season have arrived!
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