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Happy Father’s Day

June 13, 2022 Comments Off on Happy Father’s Day

Who’s the Best Dad? All the wonderful human dads in our lives may be surprised to hear that they have some competition for the title “Best Dad” among our wild…

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Baby Ravens at WildCare

June 2, 2022 Comments Off on Baby Ravens at WildCare

These four baby ravens arrived at WildCare after their nest was cut down by tree trimmers.Every year WildCare admits hundreds of baby animals, orphaned by non-emergency tree work. Please delay…

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First Baby Squirrel of 2022

March 16, 2022 Comments Off on First Baby Squirrel of 2022

We knew it was coming, we just didn’t know when!Wildlife Baby Season at WildCare usually starts with baby hummingbirds and baby jackrabbits. We start admitting these species during February and…

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Tiniest Baby Hummingbird at WildCare

March 9, 2022 Comments Off on Tiniest Baby Hummingbird at WildCare

This baby hummingbird fell from her nest and was found, hypothermic and utterly helpless, on the ground. Fortunately someone saw her and brought her to WildCare’s Wildlife Hospital. In this…

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Red-tail with an Injured Eye Returns to the Wild

March 2, 2022 Comments Off on Red-tail with an Injured Eye Returns to the Wild

You met this Red-tailed Hawk when she arrived at WildCare’s Wildlife Hospital, thin, with matted feathers, and a crusted wound over her right eye. Our team wondered if she would…

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Baby Hummingbirds – Respect the Nest

February 16, 2022 Comments Off on Baby Hummingbirds – Respect the Nest

WildCare’s Living with Wildlife Hotline 415-456-7283 has been flooded with calls about “abandoned” hummingbird nests this week! People ask: “What could be causing so many mother birds to orphan their babies?” and “What can we do?”

Don’t panic, those baby hummingbirds are most likely not orphaned, but their presence does mean it’s no longer safe to trim or prune trees, shrubs and bushes!

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Storm and Flood at WildCare

October 27, 2021 Comments Off on Storm and Flood at WildCare

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…

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Orphaned Chipmunks at WildCare

July 28, 2021 Comments Off on Orphaned Chipmunks at WildCare

Meet our baby chipmunk patients! This video streamed live yesterday on WildCare’s Facebook page (facebook.com/wildcarebayarea). Enjoy meeting these wonderful babies up close and learn how we care for them at…

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Great Horned Owlet Reunited

May 26, 2021 Comments Off on Great Horned Owlet Reunited

Play Video Watch as volunteer arborist James Reed places our young Great Horned Owl in her new nest. Video by James Reed Reunited and it feels so good! WildCare and…

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Emaciated Bobcat at WildCare

April 7, 2021 Comments Off on Emaciated Bobcat at WildCare

Watch Our Now-healthy Bobcat Return to the Wild Enjoy Sarah’s photos in the gallery above, and, in case you missed it, read the story of this Bobcat’s intake into the…

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