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American Wigeon Gets Fancy Splint and It Worked

One of the most critical elements of the care we provide injured waterfowl is their housing. The more time a bird naturally spends in the water the more crucial it is that they are housed in a pool while in care. Millions of years have shaped some birds to a life spent almost exclusively on […]

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They Shoot Coots, Don’t They?

It happens regularly during waterfowl season – we admit a patient who is a gunshot victim. Of course it makes sense that when people are discharging shotguns – firing a blast of pellets into a flock of birds – that some will be killed and others injured. The killing is intentional. But the injured – collateral […]

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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

American Wigeon Gets Fancy Splint and It Worked

One of the most critical elements of the care we provide injured waterfowl is their housing. The more time a bird naturally spends in the water the more crucial it is that they are housed in a pool while in care. Millions of years have shaped some birds to a life spent almost exclusively on […]

Share

They Shoot Coots, Don’t They?

It happens regularly during waterfowl season – we admit a patient who is a gunshot victim. Of course it makes sense that when people are discharging shotguns – firing a blast of pellets into a flock of birds – that some will be killed and others injured. The killing is intentional. But the injured – collateral […]

Share

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