Taking care of injured wildlife

May 4, 2010 4:45:41 PM PDT
It's that time of year again when the weather is nice and people are enjoying the outdoors. But what do you do if you or your child find an injured animal? Leigh Glaser visited Wildcare in San Rafael to find out more.

About WildCare:

We not only rehabilitate sick and injured animals; we also address the underlying problems inherent in the interaction between wildlife and humans. As part of this effort, we operate the Living with Wildlife Hotline (415-456-SAVE).

The hotline is available any time of day or night to help people deal safely with the wildlife they encounter. We field thousands of calls a year from around the world.

WildCare
76 Albert Park Lane
San Rafael, CA 94901
Phone: 415-453-1000
Wildlife Hotline: (415) 456-SAVE
Website: www.wildcarebayarea.org
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Weekend Free Family Outings:

Enjoy a day out in nature with the family. Wildcare naturalists will lead fun family programs full of discovery. We'll look for butterflies, flowers, birds, and much more.

All programs are led in both English and Spanish, and are free to the general public.

Programs start at 10 a.m. at the trail head. If you prefer to caravan to park locations, we'll meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Canal Alliance at 91 Larkspur Street in San Rafael.

For more information/questions call (415) 453-1000 x17 or email juancarlos@wildcarebayarea.org


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