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Backyards are wildlife habitat
One person can make a huge impact on a wild animal remaining healthy and staying in the wild...The number of injured and orphaned wild animals that are brought in for rehabilitation in Southern Ca. grows each year, we can't do it alone it is up to every individual person and the choices that each of us make each and every day, right in our own backyards.

For a $25.00 donation we will send you our bi-annual Newsletter. Our publications deal directly with California wildlife and how we can take an active roll in protecting the health and freedom of our native species.

We hope you will join us!

Past issues available for download below.

Archival Newsletters

Issue Contents
Fall 2013 pdf Wildlife Stewardship
Spring 2013 pdf Living with Coyotes for Homeowners
Spring 2012 pdf Backyards are Wildlife Habitat... Keeping them Safe
Spring 2012 pdf Backyards are Wildlife Habitat... Keeping them Safe
Fall 2011 pdf Living with Coyotes
The New Face of Urban Wildlife
Spring 2011 pdf Crow Intelligence & Finding Orphaned Babies
Fall 2010 pdf Mange and Anticoagulants in Local Bobcats
Secondary Poisoning by Anticoagulant Rodenticides
Fall 2009 pdf Griffith Park Coyotes
Wild Fires and Our Wildlife
Ways You Can Help
Spring 2009 pdf We would like to share a few heart warming stories that have stuck with us over the years, about the loyalties and dedication of the animals.
Fall 2008 pdf Urban Raccoons, Human conflict and the law
An Opossum tale
Spring 2008 pdf Wildlife Myths & Tales
Fall 2007 pdf Sierra
Death of a wild bird / breaths new life into a wildlife clinic
Clinic Patients
2007 Special Edition pdf Poison Control, Local Bobcats
Spring 2006 pdf Poisoning our Wildlife
Fall 2006 pdf Domestic Cat Predation
Feral Cat Colony
Bobcat
Gray Fox
Spring 2005 pdf Backyard Habitat
Fall 2005 pdf Learning to Live with Urban Wildlife
Coyotes