Organization Profile

Wildlife Rescue Center Napa County

What We Do:

Wildlife Rescue Center of Napa County (WRCNC) supports and advocates for wildlife through:RehabilitationEducationCommunity Outreach andPartnershipsin order to promote sustainable and healthy eco-systems that add so much to the quality of our lives for present and future generations

Who We Are:

Dedicated volunteers and part time managers worked with and helped over 1,200 animals in 2014.  Some our most frequest rescues include hawks, songbirds, owls, woodpeckers, quail, crows, falcons, bats, squirrels, jackrabbits, deer, fox, raccons, oppossums and the occational bobcat, coyote, turkey.  We provided rescue for wildlife in distress, medical and rehabilitative care to restore them to health and then returned them to their wild lives.  Our HAWK line (707-224-4295) team responded to over 2,000 calls from the public with concerns and/or questions regarding wildlife.  There are volunteer opportunities in every area of the organization from hands-on animal care to fund raising, event coordination, human resources and Board development.Please contact us to talk about how you can be invoilved.

Napa, CA, 94558