In honor of all mothers, help us with a baby shower gift during the month of May. As an extra incentive, for each gift of $100, your name will be entered into a drawing for a Cleve Nash wildlife photo. To learn more and to donate, go to pacificwildlifecare.org/save-wildlife-babies/.
SUNDAY, JUNE 2: SLO GUILD HALL PANCAKE BREAKFAST 2880 Broad Street, San Luis Obispo 8 AM – 11 AM
Join Pacific Wildlife Care for the SLO Guild Hall’s traditional all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast (pancakes, eggs, bacon, juice, coffee and fruit). Recommended donation is $7/person and all proceeds will be donated in support of our mission. BREAK FAST for a charitable cause! LEARN about our mission! SHARE with your friends!
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5: MASON GIVES BACK
Mason Bar & Kitchen 307 E. Branch Street, Arroyo Grande (in the Village) 5 PM – 9 PM
Join Pacific Wildlife Care at Mason Bar & Kitchen! All proceeds will be donated in support of our mission for one night only. DINE for a charitable cause! LEARN about our mission! MEET our Wildlife Ambassadors! SHARE with your friends!
800+ strong and growing! Members, donors, volunteers & staff working together to support the wildlife of San Luis Obispo County through rehabilitation and educational outreach.
Pacific Wildlife Care is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.
What We Do
We treat nearly 3,000 wild animal patients every year, from over 200 different species. Our goal? To return healthy animals to the wild! We also provide educational presentations for local organizations and schools.
[Wildlife rehabilitation] "is a process of coming to know something quite unlike you, to understand it well enough not only to keep it alive but also to put it back, like a puzzle piece, into the gap in the world it left behind."
-- Helen Macdonald, author of H is for Hawk
Register to attend a volunteer opportunities orientation (VOO) and start making a difference in the well being of our local wildlife. Check out our event calendar for the next VOO.
Birds are nesting now after carefully choosing what they hope will be a safe place for their chicks. Please avoid separating parents from their babies by not trimming trees until the fall! These Great Horned Owls were brought to us after someone cut their tree down. Great Horned Owls are devoted parents who care for their young for up to a year. It is regrettable that the parents and chicks were separated due to human interference. Since reuniting the parents and babies was not possible, we will raise them until they are old enough to survive on their own in the wild.
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As of Mother’s Day, we’ve received shower gifts from more than 50 of our wildlife friends who have given in excess of 11% of our goal. THANK YOU! That is a fantastic start, plus we still have 16 more giving days in May for others to join in the fun!! You can donate and/or watch our baby shower gauge as it fills up for each days’ gift(s) received at pacificwildlifecare.org/save-wildlife-babies/
So far in 2019, 899 wildlife cases have come through our doors. Of those cases, 284 (or 32%) have been baby animals and more arrive daily. This is just the beginning of “baby” season between April and September. We are already experiencing a 20% increase in caseload this year compared with last year. ... See MoreSee Less