Wildlife Patient Stories
Help Stop the Use of Glue Traps In July of 2022, WildCare’s Alison Hermance gave a presentation about the horrors of glue traps to the San Francisco Commission of Animal…Read More
This baby Great Horned Owl fell from his nest during high winds. Fortunately he was uninjured, so we activated the Raptor Reunite Team to return him to his owl parents’ care!Read More
If you like fun vocabulary words, you’ll probably enjoy knowing that a group of opossums is called a “passel.”At WildCare this month, we have far exceeded a passel of opossums.…Read More
At the Wildlife Hospital, just like in the media, the weeks leading up to the Easter holiday are filled with baby bunnies, ducklings and chicks.The difference, of course, is that…Read More
Wildlife Baby Season has begun at WildCare! On Tuesday alone, we admitted 28 individual animal patients, most of them orphaned babies.WildCare admits over 3,500 animal patients a year, and 80%…Read More
Barn Owls Trapped in Roller Disco When these Barn Owls were spotted, seemingly grooving to the funky beat up in the rafters at the Church of 8 Wheels, a roller…Read More
This Striped Skunk was rescued after being stuck inside an elevator shaft for at least three days!
Homeowners called for help to remove what they assumed was a dead skunk from their residential elevator shaft.
Imagine the Marin Humane officer’s surprise when he opened the panel and spotted the poor skunk not just alive, but hanging upside down from his tail caught in the elevator mechanism!Read More
Late Saturday night, October 23, a major storm system moved into Northern California, bringing with it heavy winds and an absolutely astonishing amount of rain.In what the National Weather Service…Read More
If you live somewhere other than the San Francisco Bay Area, you may not be familiar with our “Mediterranean climate.” We have rainy winters and dry summers, and it’s not…Read More