Eagle released in Creston

A Tale of Two Eagles

July 6, 2016

Story written by PAMELA HARTMANN in 2013. An eagle does not often crash through a windshield, nor is it often that Game Warden Teri Hickey happens to be driving by a scene at the perfect moment, exactly when needed. But both occurred the Monday before Thanksgiving, 2013. In the early evening of November 25, a woman…

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Ancient Procedure – Allows 21st Century Hawk to Fly

June 23, 2016

A hawk’s survival requires an exquisite ability to soar and maneuver. This is especially true of Red-shouldered Hawks. They are “masters of maneuverability,” often chasing prey through dense forest, says PWC’s Claudia Duckworth. A hawk with damaged tail feathers cannot do this. At the PWC Rehabilitation Center, Red-shouldered Hawk #766 recovered well from the fractured…

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Pelican Drawing

Kids, Do You Love Wildlife?

June 7, 2016

Young people up to the age of 17 are invited to enter an original picture of wildlife in its native habitat in… Pacific Wildlife Care’s SUMMER ART SHOW Download the flyer and instructions here, or submit an 8 ½ x 11” sheet of paper, depicting one of the following animals in its native habitat: Pelican…

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Animal Care Clinic Wine Gala

June 12th Wine Gala Benefits PWC

June 4, 2016

Join the Animal Care Clinic Staff for their annual Open House and Wine Gala Sunday June 12 from 2-6pm benefiting Pacific Wildlife Care, Partners in Equine Therapy, Guide Dog’s of America, and The Land Conservancy. Taste wine, cheese and appetizers while getting a behind the scenes look at their hospital and some fun veterinary displays. They always have awesome…

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Pacific Wildlife Care launches new website!

May 13, 2016

We are delighted to officially announce the launch of our newly designed website! Take a look around and let us know what you think. What to expect? We have taken significant time during this process to think through not only WHAT we do and how it impacts wildlife in SLO county but, perhaps more importantly,…

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Immature rabbits

Springtime Reminders

March 31, 2016

BY MARCELLE BAKULA. It’s springtime, and with it comes an opportunity to remind San Luis Obispo residents what that means for our local wildlife and our human impact on them. We all remember learning in school about how spring is the time of renewal, including nests and every bird and mammal having babies! Well, this is…

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