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More Resources > Wildlife rescue & rehab

In addition to some shelters and humane societies, these organizations can assist with caring for injured or orphaned wildlife. When possible, they try to rehabilitate the animal so that it can return to the wild. These groups can also provide guidance on how to live peacefully with urban wildlife.

All Wildlife Rescue and Education

379 Newport Ave
Ste 302
Long Beach, CA 90814

562-434-0141 (Phone)

Mission-to rescue and rehabilitate all species of injured wildlife and to provide education to the public about human/wildlife interaction.

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Animal Advocates

310-877-4770 (Phone)

Mission-to rescue and rehabilitate ill, injured and orphaned wildlife for release back to the wild; to educate the public about wildlife; and to aide the public in humane...

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Animal Health Care Center

5211 El Verano Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90041

323-258-2122 (Phone)

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Animal Rescue Team

Solvang, CA 93463

805-896-1859 (Phone)

Assists sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife by ensuring each receives the highest level of rehabilitative care for release.

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Bat World Sanctuary

In addition to providing information about bats, there is a searchable directory of local resources that can help with injured bats.

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California Department of Fish and Wildlife

909-484-0167 (Alt)
858-467-4201 (Phone)

Website provides a list of rehabilitation facilities in California.

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California Living Museum

10500 Alfred Harrell Hwy
Bakersfield, CA 93306

661-872-2256 (Phone)

Displays and interprets native California animals, plants, fossils and artifacts to teach a respect for all living things through education, recreation, conservation and...

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California Wildlife Center

26026 Piuma Rd
Calabasas, CA 91302

310-458-9453 (Phone)

A non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of native California wildlife. Website has good information about coexisting with wildlife.

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Camarillo Wildlife Rehabilitation

Somis, CA 93066

805-482-7617 (Phone)

Accepts animals from local vet offices, the general public, Ventura County Animal Regulation, and Los Angeles Animal Regulation.These animals come to our facilities where they...

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Channel Islands Marine & Wildlife Institute

805-567-1505 (Hotline)
805-567-1506 (Phone)

Dedicated to making a difference through marine mammal rescue, rehabilitation, research and education to promote ocean and human health

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Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife

805-225-4766 (Phone)

Works to protect, promote and restore the environments of wildlife, wildlife habitats of Los Angeles and California from dwindling open spaces. Our mission is to promote,...

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Coachella Valley Wild Bird Center

46-500 Van Buren
Indio, CA 92201

760-347-2647 (Phone)

A non-profit corporation that was created for the care and rehabilitation of orphaned, injured or sick native wild birds, with the ultimate goal of releasing them back into...

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Coast and Canyon Wildlife

23722 Harbor Vista Dr
Malibu, CA 90265

310-480-1760 (Phone)

A volunteer run organization that helps injured and orphaned animals, primarily baby squirrels.

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Conejo Valley Veterinary Hospital

3580 Willow Ln
Thousand Oaks, CA 91361

805-495-4671 (Phone)

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Critter Control of Orange County

714-426-9063 (Phone)

Provides integrated animal control and wildlife management solutions which are environmentally sound and ecologically responsible with a professional staff of biologists,...

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