F A Q’s

Take a look around our website- use the search bar at the top to quickly find more info. If you have additional questions, please call the hotline at (530)621-4661. Here are a few Q & A’s we commonly get: Read More

Simple things that help

1. Prevent your pet cats and dogs from attacking and/or “playing” with wildlife. Don’t allow them to run without supervision and, if possible, raise your cats as indoor pets. Many injuries are wounds from dog and cat attacks. Read More

Learn to Rehab Wildlife

It’s so rewarding!

Come and join the wonderful people who share your concerns about wildlife and the environment. Read More

Wish List

Providing the best possible care for wild animals takes a lot of “stuff”…

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Chips the Bobcat

Chips - 5 months, Mountain Democrat

Photo credit: Mountain Democrat

Chips was about four weeks old when rescued by US Forest Service firefighter Tad Hair, of the Mad River Hand Crew. Obviously orphaned or lost, Chips’ eyes were full of soot and ashes and her paws had second-degree burns.  Read More