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. Click here
Pints for Paws!
Set the date! Tuesday, November 11th, 2014, from 5:30-8 PM Lagunitas Brewing Company is hosting us for Pints for Paws, our annual fundraiser! Join bands "The Pulsators" and "Dylan Chambers and the Midnight Transit" for a rocking good time! Enjoy Lagunitas beer, Velasco's tacos, and non-alcoholic beverages provided by Whole Foods. Hope to see you and all your friends there!
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!
Community Partner Spotlight
This holiday season we want to highlight all of our Local Community Partners. These businesses have donated to SCWR and without them we would not have been able to care for the almost 2,000 animals that we received this year. Click here to see the full list of Local Community Partners.
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 read more
Check Out This Great Article
Northbay Biz wrote an amazing article about wildlife rehabilitation featuring many local rehabilitation centers including SCWR. Click here
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