About Wildcare

Ensuring all species can coexist

At WildCare, we work to make sure all species can coexist— not just by treating sick or injured animals (nearly 4,000 of them a year), but also by teaching children and adults to understand and appreciate wildlife, by sharing knowledge and instructions on how to live peacefully with the animals among us and by advocating for better protection of wildlife and our remaining open spaces.

Take Action! Is Your Shopping List Killing Songbirds?

One of the easiest things we can do to help wildlife and ourselves is to shop wisely. The imported fruits and vegetables found in our shopping carts in winter and early spring are grown with types and amounts of pesticides that would often be illegal in the United States.

WildCare Family Adventures

Enjoy a FREE day of discovery and learning out in nature with your family. WildCare naturalists will lead fun, bilingual, family outings, encouraging local families to enjoy Marin’s parks and open spaces, with the objective of deepening our commitment to take care of nature. Space is limited!

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200 Different Species Treated

Highly experienced Wildlife Hospital staff and volunteers provide comprehensive diagnoses and treatments for our patients utilizing x-rays, blood work and more. WildCare's staff veterinarian guides treatments and protocols, and ensures that wildlife patients receive the best possible care.

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Found an ill, injured or orphaned animal?

Call WildCare at 415-456-SAVE (7283)
Operators are available from 9am to 5pm, 365 days a year.

After 5pm PST foremergencies only, call our Wildlife Emergency Nightline at 415-300-6359.

Help make our work possible!

WildCare cares for as many as 4,000 ill, injured and orphaned wild animals every year, and we teach over 35,000 children and adults every year.

We can't heal animals, educate the next generation or advocate for wildlife without your help!

Living with Wildlife

WildCare’s goal is to help people live well with wildlife, and all of our programs work together to help people navigate that boundary where humans and animals come into contact with each other.

WildCare believes that the more we know about wildlife and the environment around us, the better we can coexist.