Rehabilitate and release photos provided by @Joshua Asel
Want a Bird's Eye View of our Center?
Check out the episode of Doing Unto Others that features SCWR and Doris, our director.
Check out our Volunteer Video! Want to volunteer for us? Find out why others do!
Check out this video made by Subaru, a business sponsor of SCWR. We were impressed by how they kept our mission statement at the forefront of their video.
Save Baby Bunnies this Easter!
Guess what? Most of the baby bunnies we see here at SCWR are KIDNAPPED! Well-meaning people bring them in, thinking they've lost their mothers. Rabbit mothers leave their babies alone most of the time, and come back to feed them when it's quiet and safe.
Want to help baby bunnies this Easter? Instead of buying another stuffed bunny, adopt a baby bunny at SCWR. Your donation will help them go back home and be wild! We can even send you an adoption certificate!
From Rescue to Release: Year End Appeal
As you enjoy the holidays with your family, please remember the wildlife that you enjoy. You can save wildlife babies, return healthy animals back home, and inspire a love of wildlife in hundreds of school children, all by giving us your financial support this fall and winter. Click here to read the stories of two of our special patients this year and click the above right button to donate via Paypal.
Thank you for your generosity and Happy Holidays!
See Videos of Emergency Rescues
See video of a bat rescue and a raccoon that needed rescue on our Emergency Call Videos page.
We've had an increasing number of calls from people who are having problems with wildlife in their backyards. Due to the drought, many animals are being forced to go closer to humans to find food and water. If they are being a nuisance please consider using our Predator Scent as a deterrent. We also offer exclusion services. Please see A Wildlife Exclusion's page for more details on defining boundaries with wildlife. Let's all be good neighbors!
Barn Owl Maintenance Program
We are starting a new Barn Owl Maintenance Program to help local vineyards and individuals keep healthy barn owl boxes and encourage an
Eco-friendly way to manage pests. Click here to learn more!
A Great New Way to Donate
We have joined Layne Labratories' "Get Wild" program which will allow people to donate towards our account. With your donation, we will be able to purchase food such as mice, rats and quail for our patients. Click here to read more