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Welcome to WildCare.


With programs in animal aid, advocacy and education, we are the voice for wildlife throughout the Bay Area and beyond.

 Fawn. Photo by Jacqueline Deely
Fawn photo by Jacqueline Deely

Building WildCare's Future

WildCare enters the public phase of our Capital Campaign to raise funds for our new facility.

Today we are at a crossroads. Our aging facility can no longer keep pace with the momentum we’ve built. We need a new Wildlife Hospital and space to grow our excellent environmental education programs. And we need your help!

Please join us in building a new home for WildCare — a place where our mission of living well with wildlife can flourish, both now and into the future.

Click to learn more and donate today!

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Beastie Bargain Bonanza. Drawing by Phil Frank
GIANT WildCare Rummage Sale
your used clothes, furniture, tools, toys and more throughout October, then SHOP our Rummage Sale November 13 - 15! Click for donation dates & times...
Common Murre at WildCare. Photo by Alison Hermance What is Happening with the Murres? Hundreds of dead or dying seabirds are washing up on Bay Area beaches. The lucky ones are rescued and brought to WildCare. But why is this happening? Click to learn more...
Help us meet the Bently Foundation challenge! Help Us Meet the Challenge!
The Bently Foundation of San Francisco has made a challenge grant in the amount of $1 million to our capital campaign, but we must raise $2 million in 2015 to receive the grant. You can help!
bird print bullet points Questions about Juanita the duck? Click to learn more about her situation...
bird print bullet points WildCare's Baby Bird Nest Campaign ended on August 31! We are no longer accepting knitted nests, but click here to learn more about the campaign to knit nests for our baby birds... 
bird print bullet points Success! The Tule Elk on Tomales Point will receive supplementary water! Read more about WildCare's work to help the elk...
bird print bullet points Poolbird Feeding Schedule Change! Our poolbirds now get fed twice a day, at 10am and at 4:30pm.
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Wildlife Hospital and WildCare Solutions service

WildCare’s wildlife hospital treats more than 3,000 sick, injured, and orphaned wild-animal patients every year. Our goal? To nurse them all back to health so they can be returned safely to their natural habitats.

Our WildCare Solutions service offers a humane solution to nuisance animal problems by providing home inspections, repairs, animal removal and more.

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  Releasing a rehabilitated Red-shouldered Hawk  

Take Action

  bird print bullet point Stop the use of RAT POISONS! Rodenticides kill more than rats. They also kill the hawks,owls and other predators that eat mice and rats! Learn more...
  bird print bullet point Is your shopping list killing songbirds? Migrating birds face pesticides and other hazards. You can help!
  bird print bullet point Autumn is the time to trim trees and replant gardens. Don't trim trees in spring when baby animals are present!

Nature Education

Multiple studies have shown the importance of nature in childhood development. It encourages kids to observe, enhances their creativity, and helps foster a positive environmental ethic that carries over into adulthood. Learn more about WildCare's educational programs for children of all ages. Scholarships available!
Click for summer camps, Nature Guide field trips, visits from our Nature Van and more...

  Kids and Nature Guide on a field trip

Support WildCare

Click to amazon.com from WildCare's site
A percentage of your purchase will be donated to WildCare!

Donate Your Vehicle to WildCare
Give your old clunker to a good cause... donate it to WildCare!

Help WildCare When You Shop Walgreen's, Best Buy, Anthropologie and hundreds of other stores through Goodshop!
Click to shop from our link.

Sign up for eScrip and your everyday shopping can help WildCare!

Shop Mill Valley Market
Mention WildCare at the beginning of your transaction and their Shop and Give program donates 2% of your purchase!

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Baby Gray Fox. Photo by Alison Hermance

Visitor Information

Say hello to our Wildlife Ambassadors. Touch the taxidermic animals in our museum. Watch the pool birds enjoy a healthy meal.

We're open from 9am to 5pm every day except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and New Year's Day 
(open 9 - 12).

Please note: WildCare's Courtyard is always open during these hours, but our Museum may be unavailable from
9am - 3pm due to Summer Camp sessions.

Directions and presentation schedules.

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