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Your generous donation will help keep our doors open to over 6,000 orphaned and injured wild animals.

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Support the local wildlife with a tax-deductible donations of items that keep our facility operational.


Kids go on a video safari in your yard, the park or on summer vacation to win prizes and be on TV!

Observe, record but don’t disturb wildlife in capturing a :30 second video of the birds or critters you see. Send that video clip to The Wildlife Care Association’s summer video safari challenge to win prizes and learn about the outdoors and wildlife that lives near you.

Send your name, age, phone, email and where your summer safari video was taken and what type of wildlife you observed. Entries must be submitted on the Wildlife Care Association Facebook page as a Message with video attachment.

Have a parent help you enter! Visit the Wildlife Care Association’s Facebook page and click on Message to enter your information and attach the video as a ‘paper clip’ file. Entries must be :30 seconds or less and taken by entrant. Videos will be posted on the WCA Facebook page throughout the contest.

Don’t disturb wildlife in nature, but capture birds and critters you observe on your mobile video cam for your own summer wildlife safari!

Entries are free and you can enter anytime between May 15-August 15, 2016. Finalists will be chosen and announced in September. Fine Print: Ten finalists will be chosen with one winner will be chosen from those submissions. WCA staff reserves the right to select a winner from content and other factors including artistic merit. All videos submitted become the property of WCA for its use in outreach, education and fundraising. Prizes determined by WCA Staff, no substitutes, not redeemable for cash. Training must be redeemed by Dec. 31, 2016 at a location nearest winner’s home.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to make our second Big Day of Giving even better than our first one! With your support we able to not reach but exceed our goal of $50,000. This money will help us continue in our mission to rescue, rehabilitate and release as many animals as possible. Your financial support is much appreciated!

Busy season is upon us and we desperately need volunteers! Whether it’s feeding the baby birds in the nursery, becoming an intake or hotline volunteer or even doing housework we need you! Even if you can’t commit to work in our facility you can answer our hotlines from the comfort of your own home. Please consider spending some time with us in our mission to help as many birds and animals as possible.

Starting in May we will have regular maintenance and repair days on the third Saturday of every month from 10-1. Everything from repairs to our aviaries, to working on repairs in the facility or even doing some weed-whacking on our property is needed. Please come and help us keep our facility in top shape.


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Upcoming Events

  • Wildlife Summer Video Safari Challenge for Kids! on May 15th 2016, 12:00:am at


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Happy Birthday little House Finch! 🎈 ... See MoreSee Less

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Great news - WCA won one of the Leaderboard challenges for BDoG! Thanks again to everyone the donated and helped us raise such a incredible amount to help us take care of the critters! ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out this short video of an American Kestrel wiggling it's way out of it's egg!
Welcome to the world little one!
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Please do not trim trees in the Spring or Summer! If you have a tree that needs trimming, get it done in the winter time!

We just had someone bring in this chunk of their tree they cut down with 4 Nuttall's woodpeckers inside. It took 4 people an hour (and a lot of careful sawing) to get the poor little guys out. They are healthy and have been taken very good care of, which means they have a mom and dad woodpecker out there missing them.

They are now with our wonderful home rehabber who will take great care of them, but it is always best to leave babies with their parents.
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Enjoy this video of a California Desert Tortoise munching on dandelions! ... See MoreSee Less

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