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A Visit From Good Day

Dina from Good Day Sacramento visits us to find out how you can help local wildlife. Plus, a peek at one of our current residences, a Red-Tailed Hawk.
3 weeks ago

We all live here and we can all give here. Time as a volunteer, or money to help volunteers remain on mission, because saving wildlife is one way to honor and celebrate Earth Day! Visit wildlifecareassociation.com and use the Donate tab to help give thousands of birds and small animals a second chance to live. Wildlife is all around us helping balance the environment and preserve the quality of life in our neighborhoods. For more than 45 years volunteers at the non-profit Wildlife Care Association have saved tens of thousands of critters in the true spirit of Earth Day.

3 weeks ago

Organized by volunteers, operated by volunteers and depending on donations voluntarily given by our community. Wildlife Care is all about volunteers who give to save wildlife in the Sacramento region. From those who feed baby birds and small animals round the clock, those who care for the injured, those who maintain the facility or those manning the Hotline, this Volunteer Week April 18-24, 2021, we honor all with special recognition to those who keep our laundry clean! Thanks! If you would like to join us email volunteer@wildlifecareassociation.com

3 weeks ago

‘The answer my friends is painting in the wind, the answer is painting in the wind’ Aviary rebuild is still a work in progress as final touches include painting the whole structure and volunteer leader Teri welcomes your help in getting it done. Come by the WCA between 10a and 6p to brush up your skills.

3 weeks ago

**update** Thank you everyone - we received a bunch of soap to last us for several months. It has now been removed from our wish list - so we are good on laundry soap for awhile. THANK YOU!

4 weeks ago
Photos from Wildlife Care Association of Sacramento's post

Our Aviary rebuilding volunteer leader Teri is asking for your help to paint! Any day, 10a-6p she will have paint, brushes, and for the brave, a paint sprayer. If you can volunteer to get our new aviary weather-proofed and paint on some pleasing color, please come to the facility, 5211 Patrol Rd, west side of McClellan Park and add your bit to finishing. Thanks!

1 month ago
Photos from Wildlife Care Association of Sacramento's post

Thanks to all who contributed to make this incredible recovery occur in time to help save wildlife and rehabilitated birds live for release back to our communities. WCA is a volunteer non-profit so every dollar donated goes to saving wildlife from across our region. None of this would be possible without the kind hearts and caring hands of our volunteers and the generous donations from the community.

1 month ago

It takes a top flight crew to build a barn size aviary in a single day! We are so glad to have the skilled trades people at Wells Construction drop in to donate time to make it happen! THANKS for your good work and great sense of humor.

1 month ago

The building is rising and work continues thru the day, but the volunteers from Wells Construction have blown away the destruction caused by January storm winds! Donations from the Sacramento community, skilled trades people and project leadership from Wells Construction are blowing away those bad memories and giving WCA's dream of a replacement in time to help thousands of birds test fly before release this year into reality in a single day! Thanks from all of us at WCA!

1 month ago

Skilled trade people volunteering with Wells Construction are clearing the debris, all the remains of the former aviary test flight cage destroyed by storm winds, and raising a completely new replacement today! The new five space replacement will give WCA more flexibility in species separation, a stronger structure and help thousands of rehabilitated birds from our region live to fly again! Thanks to all who contributed to making this disaster into a win for wildlife and our volunteers who give them that second chance.

1 month ago

The contributions of our community and the donations from Wells Construction have made a new flight cage soar into the air at Wildlife Care! Project Lead Jim Brown from Wells Construction has turned a disaster into a win with help from volunteers, skilled tradespeople and material donations from Homewood. The huge single space aviary destroyed by the January windstorm will be replaced with bigger, better and stronger spaces!
Thousands of injured and orphan birds rehabilitated by WCA volunteers will test fly again before return to communities across the Sacramento region. A million thanks to everyone who helped make this remarkable recovery fly!

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