Oiled Wildlife Care Network

Photo: Red-tailed hawk release

Project Wildlife

San Diego

Project Wildlife was founded in San Diego in 1972 to rescue, rehabilitate and release San Diego’s wildlife and to provide wildlife education to the San Diego community. Project Wildlife is one of the largest rehabilitation organizations in the country and provides 14% of all wildlife rehabilitative services in the state of California through the operation of two triage centers, a state of the art mobile veterinary clinic, and 75 satellite rehabilitation sites operated out of private homes throughout San Diego County. Each year, Project Wildlife serves nearly 10,000 wildlife patients with a small staff and corps of over 600 active volunteers.
Project Wildlife has been a proud member of the OWCN since 1995.