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Become a Member or Renew Your Membership Today!

At WildCare we work to repair and prevent damage to our environment in a number of ways. We rehabilitate wildlife that has suffered from interaction with humans or their pets, and we educate people -- especially young people -- who will carry our mission into the future.

WildCare advocates for wildlife for a sustainable world.

We can't do this without your help!

WildCare needs you as a member. Please join us. Your membership will help purchase animal food and medicine, and pay for science education materials that teach people of all ages to appreciate the natural world we share with wildlife.

WildCare is a small organization that does great things. We rely on more than 300 volunteers to help with the day-to-day work of our wildlife hospital and nature education programs. With your membership, we -- and they -- can do even more.

 Volunteer releasing a cormorant into San Francisco Bay

 Membership Benefits

bird print bullet points WildCare’s exciting, informative quarterly color newsletter
bird print bullet points Invitations and announcements for special member events, programs and camps
bird print bullet points Email updates, alerts and patient stories from the Wildlife Hospital
bird print bullet points Discounts on Terwilliger Nature Camps and Field Trips
bird print bullet points Discounts on WildCare Solutions services

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What your Membership Does
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Wildlife Rehabilitation

We admit nearly 4,000 animals each year for treatment and rehabilitation.

Field trip with a Nature Guide

Terwilliger Nature Education

We take natural science into the schools and into the field, reaching and teaching more than 40,000 Bay Area school children and adults every year.

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Wildlife Ambassadors

Over 20 Wildlife Ambassadors now live at WildCare. Each has a story to tell.

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Living with Wildlife Hotline 415-456-SAVE

We provide answers to your wildlife questions 24 hours a day.