Although our mission is the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of local wild animals, there is no higher priority to our entire operation than the safety of our employees, volunteers, and members of the public that bring us animals, supplies, and donations.

We are monitoring information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as federal, state, and local agencies to help ensure our actions are in line with the latest recommendations and guidance. We are communicating regularly with our staff in order to keep them informed and to ensure their safety and that of our interns, volunteers, and the public. We are willing to do whatever is necessary to keep everyone safe.

Most volunteer shifts have been suspended during the Covid-19 pandemic. We are, however, still accepting applications on a limited basis. Orientations and some training can be completed remotely as long as you have access to a computer, the internet, and zoom. We are doing everything we can to make sure all staff and volunteers remain safe. Although it is currently our slow season, we are always seeking Phone Team volunteers (can be done in your own home) as well as some other tasks that can be performed remotely. In addition, we will be adding volunteers at our facility in late spring. If you would be interested in volunteering for WCA, please complete our online application.

Our animal intake process will be modified as a precaution. This includes the use of gloves by all intake personnel, the continued availability of hand sanitizer, more frequent disinfecting of shared items and surfaces, plus procedures intended to keep our personnel at a distance from members of the public and members of the public away from each other. We are also urging all staff to be vigilant about frequent hand washing, and instructing employees who feel ill to stay home and consult their healthcare providers.

We ask that all members of the public who have any cold-like symptoms find someone else to drop their injured and abandoned animals with us. We will question every visitor about their recent travel history and their current respiratory health.

Thank you for your continued support!


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.

We are accepting Rehabilitation Internship Applications!

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Internship provides a well-rounded experience working in a wildlife center. This position is intended to provide students or recent graduates with the experience and skills necessary to pursue a career in wildlife rehabilitation or other animal care positions. Submit your application online today!


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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.