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.


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.


Assisting Injured and Orphaned Wildlife

Have you found an injured animal?


Educating the Public about Wildlife

Want to learn more about the animals in your neighborhood?


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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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We promised last year on this day that we would repost this reminder every year until everyone knows that...COYOTES AND BADGERS GO ON LITTLE ADVENTURES TOGETHER SOMETIMES!!!Coyotes and badgers will sometimes form a mutually beneficial relationship to get food. These unlikely besties are known to hunt together and can even be more successful hunting prairie dogs and ground squirrels when they work in tandem. Check out the comments to learn a little more about the power couple everyone is talking about and their unique way of occasionally teaming up.Photo of coyote with badger by Jason Rudolph (sharetheexperience). ... See MoreSee Less
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Never underestimate the power of a stuffed animal :) we are currently in short supply if your kids want to donate some stuffed animals to our babies they will give so much to our babies .. also in need of hand towels, towels and all can be dropped off at 352 Genial ct Simi Valley ca 93065.. thank you ! ... See MoreSee Less
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Update - Our Agua Dulce Bobcat that was shot multiple times with a pellet gun and sustained a fractured hind leg. 3 weeks post-surgery!! Thanks to all of you the fundraiser was a lifesaver! He is doing great, but obviously not releasable because 2 of those pellets went through his eyes, one is completely gone the other has scar tissue but he can see out of it. Release would have been ideal but is not an option for this guy. Although, he is really settling into the club Med life...Sleeps all day and is very active all night:) No idea yet where his forever home will be but I will search for a place more natural not open to the public. ... See MoreSee Less
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