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Saving Wildlife Saves Us

We're Taking Flight

Thanks to two generous donors, Ron Lisek and Pete Bell, plans are underway for a Raptor Complex. This enclosure will allow us to flight more birds, more quickly. The cage will also accommodate the largest birds, such as eagles and osprey. We are halfway to our funding goal and currently in search of donors and grants. With the three large flight cages, there will be no wait times for birds that need to build their flight skills prior to being released back into the wild.

Rare Raptor Recovers at TCWC

We have a very special Red-tailed Hawk at Tri County Wildlife Care. She was brought to us after being hit by a car. This stunning bird is slowly improving each day. If she looks a little different than others of her species, it's because she has reduced pigmentation, leaving her with white feathers and lighter-than-average features. The term for this is leucism. As part of her rehabilitation, this little one is getting physical therapy twice a day. We're hopeful she will make a full recovery. 

Supporting Our Partners at A-PAL


Join us for a delicious drive-up spaghetti dinner and help raise funds for A-PAL Humane Society's spay & neuter programs.

Pick up and go at

PawsPartners Center,

12360 Trade Center Drive, Jackson

3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Celebrating A Special Donor: Barbara Brown

Tri County Wildlife Care is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit supported solely by donations. All donations are used for the benefit of wildlife in Amador, Calaveras, and eastern San Joaquin counties.


Tri County Wildlife Care

12360 Trade Center Drive

Jackson, CA 95642


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