Bird Ally X Blog

Feathers Badly Singed in Fire, Osprey Fitted For Second Chance.

Earlier this summer, we admitted a weakened and burned Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) who’d been the victim of a nest fire northeast of Weaverville, well over 100 miles away from our clinic. [July is nearly over and we still need your help reaching our goal of $5000 raised by the end of the month! Please donate! And thank you […]

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Steller’s Jays Find Their Freedom After Rocky Start

Earlier this season, at the beginning of June, we received a call from a zoo near Redding with a complicated story. Complicated stories often have unpleasant endings, so we proceeded with some trepidation and concern. They’d been contacted by a person in northwest Trinity County, far from any wild animal care resources, who had raised four nestling Steller’s […]

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: Our Story

We are a nonprofit organization of wildlife caregivers dedicated to wildlife rescue, rehabilitation, education and advocacy.

Our mission is to share quality information with caregivers and with the public, as well as provide direct aid to individual wild animals in trouble.  Humboldt Wildlife Care Center, serving the North Coast for over three decades, joined forces with Bird Ally X and the two nonprofits officially merged in 2014.

 

Found an Injured Animal?

CALL: (707) 822-8839

Promoting Co-Existence

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

Feathers Badly Singed in Fire, Osprey Fitted For Second Chance.

Earlier this summer, we admitted a weakened and burned Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) who’d been the victim of a nest fire northeast of Weaverville, well over 100 miles away from our clinic. [July is nearly over and we still need your help reaching our goal of $5000 raised by the end of the month! Please donate! And thank you […]

Steller’s Jays Find Their Freedom After Rocky Start

Earlier this season, at the beginning of June, we received a call from a zoo near Redding with a complicated story. Complicated stories often have unpleasant endings, so we proceeded with some trepidation and concern. They’d been contacted by a person in northwest Trinity County, far from any wild animal care resources, who had raised four nestling Steller’s […]

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