Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured & orphaned wild animals as well as educating the public on how to co–exist with our wild neighbors.

ABOUT US

Wildlife Care of SoCal was founded in 1994 by a group of individuals who saw with increasing regularity that wild animals were becoming victims of urbanization and therefore the desperate need for experienced wildlife rehabilitators, to care for our native wildlife.

Most of us are aware that because of human activities animal species globally are disappearing at an ever accelerating rate. Each year in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties alone, thousands of wild animals are injured, orphaned or displaced largely because of human-created problems: Through the efforts of concerned and caring humans, many animals can be rehabilitated . Using specialized techniques and diets to facilitate their recoveries, we successfully release the majority of our patients back into nature.

We welcome you to join us.

RESCUE

Assisting Injured and Orphaned Wildlife

Have you found an injured animal?

EDUCATE

Educating the Public about Wildlife

Want to learn more about the animals in your neighborhood?

GET INVOLVED

Make a Difference today

Please help us continue to care for California Wildlife

Your tax deductible donations will go a long way to help us in our mission to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned wild animals.

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2 days ago this little Coyote pup was hit in the head with a shovel by a resident in Sunland. We thought she had escaped the ordeal without an injury but we are pretty sure her vision was compromised and she now has a veterinarian appointment to check her eyesight and get a skull x-ray. The neighbor caught the whole thing through a ring door camera, so DFW is involved and filing charges! People have been asking how they can donate...Donations for the care of this pup can be made here through Paypal or Venmo 805-428-7105 wildlifecareofventura.org/donate/ As always thank you to Jonsie Reynolds Ross, Georgia, and everyone in evolved in rescuing this this little girl. ... See MoreSee Less
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Same story different year,this guy with mange was one of our first we are looking forward to the day when mange isn't front oage news. Ban PoisonThis Whittier neighborhood had dubbed this guy with the name "Frankenstein" he was popular all over face book but because of the diligence, compassion and knowledge of a few we were able to catch him ! ...It definitely takes a village. This guy should do well in Rehabilitation... we will post his progress..Thank you Christine Matteson and Jonsie Reynolds Ross You guys rock!! This coyote would have died a slow miserable death if he hadn't been caught. Read his story in the DoDo mag! www.thedodo.com/in-the-wild/coyote-mange-rescue-whittier-california ... See MoreSee Less
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