Bird Ally X Blog

Motherless Mallards Find Their Freedom!

After six weeks in care, our first wild orphans of the year, these three Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos), finished their time with us this weekend and were released back to their free and wild lives. Found in a back yard in McKinleyville, these youngsters were only 30 grams when we admitted them in the middle of […]

Winter Showers Brought Mallard Flowers

So far in 2017 we have admitted for care nearly two times the number of orphaned Mallards as we did by this date in 2016! And 2016 had been a record year for Mallard babies, in which we also saw a dramatic increase over the previous year’s orphaned Mallard caseload! Mallard chicks are orphaned in […]

Found an injured Animal?

If you are in Humboldt, Del Norte, Trinity or Northern Mendocino Counties, please call Humboldt Wildlife Care Center
CALL: +1 707-822-8839

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Co-Existence begins with respect. We provide injured wild animals with the rehabilitation treatment they need, with the goal of release back to their wild lives. See the Humboldt Wildlife Care Center page. Conservation education programs for children and adults aim to expand awareness of nature, fostering curiosity and appreciation for wild animals and wildness in general. We work to help people resolve conflicts with wildlife, and keep wild families together, with our Humane Solutions program. Explore the Education & Outreach page and the Humane Solutions page in the menu.

Found an injured Animal?

If you are in Humboldt, Del Norte, Trinity or Northern Mendocino Counties, please call Humboldt Wildlife Care Center
CALL: +1 707-822-8839

Bird Ally X Blog

Motherless Mallards Find Their Freedom!

After six weeks in care, our first wild orphans of the year, these three Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos), finished their time with us this weekend and were released back to their free and wild lives. Found in a back yard in McKinleyville, these youngsters were only 30 grams when we admitted them in the middle of […]

Winter Showers Brought Mallard Flowers

So far in 2017 we have admitted for care nearly two times the number of orphaned Mallards as we did by this date in 2016! And 2016 had been a record year for Mallard babies, in which we also saw a dramatic increase over the previous year’s orphaned Mallard caseload! Mallard chicks are orphaned in […]

Found an injured Animal?

If you are in Humboldt, Del Norte, Trinity or Northern Mendocino Counties, please call Humboldt Wildlife Care Center
CALL: +1 707-822-8839