WCA is dedicated to the Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Release of local wildlife.


WCA is dedicated to the Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Release of local wildlife.

Today is the day to reach out and help wildlife.

Become a volunteer and provide care to local wildlife.

Join us at our wildlife events and owl releases.


August 2019
24 August 2019 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Heringer Estates, 37375 Netherlands Rd
Clarksburg, CA 95612 United States
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Owl Release & Picnic in the Vineyards

Owl Release Family Friendly Event!! Join Wildlife Care Association in partnership with Heringer Estates for an Owl Release event. Enjoy a Wildlife educational demonstration, food trucks onsite, wine for purchase, and slushies. Bring a picnic blanket and come join us for this family friendly event with a grand finale of a wild owl release at dusk!

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September 2019
09 September 2019 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Raley’s Conference Room, 4650 Natomas Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95835 United States
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Board of Directors Meeting

Join the conversation about the latest projects and plans to happen at WCA by attending one of our monthly Board of Directors meetings! WCA Board Members play an important role in both day-to-day and big-picture operations at WCA. We bring together skills and knowledge from backgrounds ranging from fundraising to social media, and we encourage everyone to come out and add their voice to the conversation. Do you have skills in bookkeeping, grant writing, or construction? Please attend a meeting and consider joining our team!  

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21 September 2019 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Wildlife Care Association, 5211 Patrol Road
McClellan, CA 95652 United States
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Spruce Up Saturday

JOIN US AS WE CLEAN UP WILDLIFE CARE!! Our facility and grounds can take a beating while rescuing wildlife and, as we all know, time can take a tole too. And since we like to keep Wildlife Care looking its best, we spruce it up on Saturdays.

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When animals are injured in nature and are not releasable back into the wild they become a part of Wildlife Care Association’s ambassador team. These animals help to educate the public on how to protect and conserve wildlife.


Great Horned Owl

Nala does educational programs at schools and is also a surrogate to orphaned baby Great Horned Owls.


Screech Owl

Despite being blind in her left eye, Caesar is an important part of the WCA educational experience.

Looking for ways to help Wildlife?

That's fantastic! We are always in need of support from volunteers and the community. Check out all the ways you can support us.