Rescue and Wildlife Rehabilitation

The following are various non-profit organizations that we support.

Click on the logos, images and green text below to visit our recommended resources.


Wildlife Rehabilitation Facilities List

Most rehabilitators do not provide services to pick up wildlife. They rely on you to get these animals to them. Most work out of their homes and are not on call 24 hours a day. Be courteous and mindful of this when you are calling for their assistance. Never drop off animals at a location, unless you are instructed to do so. Wildlife rehabilitators often volunteer their time and efforts to this chosen profession, but have lives outside of it as well. Please respect their capabilities, as rehabilitators often specialize in certain species of wildlife and establish limits on the number of animals they can accept and properly care for.






In addition to operating our Wildlife Hospital, we also provide numerous other resources to the local and larger community.

Our Living with Wildlife Hotline is available any time of day or night to help anyone deal safely with the wildlife they encounter.

We’ve also been a leader in developing new and innovative ways to address problem wildlife issues humanely with our WildCare Solutions service.

Our Nature Education programs reach young and old through a powerful combination of on-site, in-classroom, and in-the-wilderness programs.

Our Volunteer Programs allow people a hands-on way to make a real difference to wildlife and to the environment.

And when wildlife needs us to advocate on its behalf, we take a stand — and help you do so, too.


Help for an injured or orphaned fawn, please call Fawn Rescue at 707.931.4550


We are located in Placer County California and also serve Yolo County, Nevada County, and Sacramento County. This area includes these cities and many more: Sacramento, Roseville, Rocklin, Auburn, Meadow Vista, Forest Hill, Cool, Penryn, Colfax, Tahoe City, Carnelian Bay, Loomis, Grass Valley, Nevada City, and many more. If you have found a fawn please read the instructions on our website.



The Marine Mammal Center's rescue range extends along 600 miles of central and northern California coastline from San Luis Obispo through Mendocino counties.

To facilitate our mission of rescuing and rehabilitating marine mammals, we have field offices located in San Luis Obispo, Monterey, and Mendocino counties. We rely heavily on volunteers living in each part of our range to assess stranded animals, rescue them if necessary, provide triage and emergency care, and transport the animals using a relay system to our full-service veterinary hospital in Sausalito. At our hospital, other volunteers work in partnership with veterinary staff to rehabilitate the animals. All volunteers are welcome to participate in releases.


The National Wildlife Rehabilitator's Association

The National Wildlife Rehabilitator's Association (NWRA) is dedicated to improving and promoting the profession of wildlife rehabilitation and its contributions to preserving natural ecosystems.


Bird Rescue Center of Sonoma County

The Bird Rescue Center is a rehabilitation center for Sonoma County’s wild native birds. Our mission is to assist in the rescue, treatment and release of injured, orphaned or ill birds in the northern San Francisco Bay Area, and to educate the public regarding their ecological importance.



Native Songbird Care and Conservation

Each year, our experienced volunteer staff cares for over 1,000 songbirds brought to us from all areas of Sonoma County and beyond.  From mockingbirds and robins to blackbirds and chickadees, we care for over 50 different species annually. We specialize in the care of insectivores such as swallows, swifts and flycatchers.  Songbirds are a diverse group of species that require a high level of specialized and well-managed care.


Humboldt Wildlife Care Center

Serving the northwest corner of California

Over 1200 injured wild animals per year are treated directly, and we address many more situations over the phone.

Whether a Hummingbird who’s collided with a window, a Raccoon hit by a car, or a Barn Owl poisoned by rodenticide, most of the cases we treat are the result of unfortunate interactions with human activity or infrastructure.

Found an Injured Wild Animal? Call us immediately at 707-822-8839
Do not place yourself in danger.



The California Council for Wildlife Rehabilitators is dedicated to advancing wildlife rehabilitation and supporting wildlife in a changing world.

Northern California Bats

NorCalBats is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of bats throughout Northern California. In addition, we are committed to public education regarding the environmental benefits of bats and dispelling fears and myths that lead to the death of roosts and colonies.