I have found an animal that needs help. What do I do?
Getting injured or orphaned wildlife to a wildlife care center as soon as possible will increase the animal's chance of survival.
Please contact your local Animal Control or Humane Society if you find a wild animal in distress and cannot safely rescue it yourself.
To find a wildlife rehabilitation center near you, visit the California Council of Wildlife Rehabilitation.
The National Wildlife Rehabilitation Association lists wildlife rehabilitation centers nationally.Wildlife Care is provided by volunteer, non-profit organizations. Donations toward wildlife care are truly appreciated!
|If you need further help, call our wildlife hotline (415) 350-WILD or email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|A wildlife damage control specialist will help you. Our hotline is funded with donations from people who prefer a humane solution to their problems. Please help us keep this service available to all!|
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