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We desperately need your gently used towels and fresh produce for baby season! If you have some to spare, please drop them off at our center or call (707) 992-0274 and someone will pick them up. Thank you!



Want to volunteer? We will be having a Volunteer Orientation on Saturday, June 8 from 10-12 and our Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation class on Saturday, June 15 from 10-12. Click here for more information on our volunteer program.

 




CONTACT

Animal Emergency Hotline:

707-526-9453

 
Office: 707-992-0274

Exclusion: 707-992-0276

Location:
403 Mecham Rd,

Petaluma, CA 94952

Mailing Address:
PO Box 448,
Cotati, CA 94931
   

IN BRIEF
Wildlife Tours:  May-September: Saturdays at noon and 2PM
Wildlife Exclusion Service:   Need help with humane evictions?
red-shouldered hawk
Red-Shouldered Hawk Held Captive For A Month
Red-shoulder Hawk #210 was finally brought to us after being kept in the finder's home for a month. It was malnourished and all of its feathers were ruined. Click here to read the full story of this amazing bird.

 

 

COMMUNITY PARTNER SPOTLIGHT 
Minuteman Press Petaluma

Every year SCWR mails out our Spring Season Appeal to thousands of our supporters to raise money for baby season, the busiest time of year in wildlife rehabilitation. Click here to learn about how Minuteman Press in Petaluma helped SCWR with this year's appeal.

 

A MESSAGE FROM DORIS

Greetings!   
 

 

Baby season is in full swing here at SCWR, and our number of wildlife patients continues to rise dramatically. This means that food, medications, bandaging materials, visits to veterinarians, and other costs are also on the rise. To help with these increased expenses, our Spring Season Appeal was mailed out to almost 2,200 people last month, and we are starting to see the return. So far we have received $9,295 in donations from 70 people towards our $92,000 budget for baby season which will be used to care for the many sick, injured, and orphaned animals that we will see throughout the summer. We want to take a moment to say 'thank you' to everyone who has contributed. We could not do this work without your care and support.

 

 

 

Gratefully Yours,

Doris  & The Team 
Doris Duncan, Executive Director
 

Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue
Registered 501(c)(3) Non Profit.