Who We Are
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.
Why It Matters
-- Helen Macdonald, author of H is for Hawk
22 hours ago
Update! The two orphaned Great Horned Owls that were separated from their parents on a hay truck are doing great. They have doubled in size and are voracious eaters. When they are old enough, they will be moved to a large flight cage where they will learn how to fly and catch live prey.
To help us continue the work of rehabilitating and releasing sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife, please consider making a donation or becoming a member. We receive no government funding and rely on donations/memberships to keep us running. Thank you!!
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... they are just the cutest!
They are so beautiful. I just love them. Thank you for sharing
Donations in the name of a friend as a brilliant birthday present. Several years ago, I had an otter sponsored in my name...one of the best presents I ever received!
2 days ago
Raptors offer free, non-toxic rodent control. Please do not use rodent poison- it kills them too!
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This has been known for over 40-60 years wth is people thinking using poison near wildlife areas.
Max good job humans! 😍
people??? this is what matters
Susie Michaelson Burbidge Might want to post this on LPC page. They learned from us!
5 days ago
Freedom Friday! These 4 Brush Rabbits made their way back into the wild after being brought to us as babies. They all had wounds from being caught by cats. Cat bites are deadly if not treated with antibiotics and we are still not always able to save the cat-injured wildlife we receive. These rabbits were given a course of antibiotics and raised until they were old enough for release. We love our kitty friends but please keep your cats indoors-- it is safer for them and for wildlife.
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Amen to keeping the kitties indoors. Safer for them, as well as the local critters.
Tough sell to get people to understand why cats should be kept indoors. Even bird lovers argue against it 😞
My two are indoor cats! they can’t hurt any wildlife and they are safe as well!
I hate cats
my dog loves this !
Becker Cox Christine Wallace
Hop free little bun-buns! Yay!
Awww...uh oh, I think the female is pregnant already 😂