At Wildlife Care Association, we are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of local wildlife. WCA is committed to educating and instructing the community in the respect, appreciation, and care of local wildlife. WCA is pledged to the management and preservation of wildlife habitat.—and, with your support during Big Day of Giving on May 2, we will grow our impact in this community.Find out more »
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!Find out more »
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.
Nala does educational programs at schools and is also a surrogate to orphaned baby Great Horned Owls.
Despite being blind in her left eye, Caesar is an important part of the WCA educational experience.