Wildlife Giving Priorities

Wildlife Giving Priorities

Giving to Widlife Priorities

  • CA Raptor Center Cage Construction
  • Cage construction

    Support construction of the J-Run cage facility at the California Raptor Center. Continue to giving site
  • California Raptor Center
  • General CRC operating support

    Provides operational support to the California Raptor Center. Allows staff to provide care and rehabilitation to injured or orphaned raptors. Continue to giving site
  • California Raptor Center Adopt-a-bird ($50)
  • General CRC operating support

    Provides operational support to the California Raptor Center. Allows staff to provide care and rehabilitation to injured or orphaned raptors. Adopt-a-bird certificates are provided.

    For a $50 contribution you may symbolically "adopt":
    - an American Kestrel
    - a Northern Harrier
    - a White Tailed Kite
    - a Burrowing Owl
    - a Northern Saw Whet Owl

    Please enter they type of bird in the "Comments" field when you check-out. Thank you. Continue to giving site
  • California Raptor Center Adopt-a-bird ($75)
  • General CRC operating support

    Provides operational support to the California Raptor Center. Allows staff to provide care and rehabilitation to injured or orphaned raptors. Adopt-a-bird certificates are provided.

    For a $75 contribution you may symbolically "adopt":
    - a Turkey Vulture
    - a Harris’ Hawk
    - a Red Tailed Hawk
    - a Red Shouldered Hawk
    - a Swainson's Hawk
    - ​​​​​​​a Prairie Falcon
    - ​​​​​​​a Peregrine Falcon
    - ​​​​​​​a Barn Owl
    - ​​​​​​​a Great Horned Owl

    Please enter they type of bird in the "Comments" field when you check-out. Thank you. Continue to giving site
  • California Raptor Center Adopt-a-bird ($100)
  • General CRC operating support

    Provides operational support to the California Raptor Center. Allows staff to provide care and rehabilitation to injured or orphaned raptors. Adopt-a-bird certificates are provided.

    For a $100 contribution you may symbolically "adopt":
    - a Golden Eagle

    Please enter they type of bird in the "Comments" field when you check-out. Thank you. Continue to giving site
  • California Raptor Center Adopt-a-bird ($150)
  • General CRC operating support

    Provides operational support to the California Raptor Center. Allows staff to provide care and rehabilitation to injured or orphaned raptors. Adopt-a-bird certificates are provided.

    For a $150 contribution you may symbolically "adopt": 
    - the Raptor Nursery

    Continue to giving site
  • California Raptor Center Adopt-a-bird ($200)
  • General CRC operating support

    Provides operational support to the California Raptor Center. Allows staff to provide care and rehabilitation to injured or orphaned raptors. Adopt-a-bird certificates are provided.

    For a $200 contribution you may symbolically "adopt": 
    - a Three Raptor package (small and large raptor, plus an eagle)

    Continue to giving site
  • Canine Cardiology Research Fund - Mitral valve
  • Mitral valve research in dogs

    The "Prada's Heart for Cavaliers and other Canines" is a fund to support research in mitral valve issues in dogs. Continue to giving site
  • Center for Continuing Professional Education
  • To support programs offered by the Center for Continuing Professional Education

    The School of Veterinary Medicine is committed to lifelong learning programs for both professionals and the animal-owning public. To continue to learn and actively apply new professional information is an expectation and a defining attribute of the graduate veterinarian. Veterinarians are required to continuously learn beyond their 4 years in veterinary school and to remain current on the latest discoveries and standards of practice throughout their careers.

    Our continuing education programs provide the most current information on recent developments and discoveries in all species and from all facets of veterinary medicine, including One Health. Our UC Davis faculty are the leaders in their fields of research, clinical expertise, and education. They are the discoverers of the latest technology in the lab and treatments in the clinic. Our stellar faculty translates these advances into improvements in quality of life for veterinary patents, their owners, and the environment. Continue to giving site
  • Class of 1967 Reunion Gift - CA Raptor Center
  • Support cage construction at the California Raptor Center

    Support construction of the J-Run cage facility at the California Raptor Center. Continue to giving site
  • Gorilla Doctors
  • General operating support for the Gorilla Doctors program

    Provides operating support for the Gorilla Doctors program, which provides life-saving veterinary care for ill and injured mountain gorillas in the wild in Africa, and applies a One Health approach to the complex challenges facing the conservation of this endangered species. Continue to giving site
  • Hummingbird Health and Conservation Program
  • Your greatly appreciated donation will provide operational support for the Hummingbird Health and Conservation Program. This program holistically evaluates diseases and conditions affecting hummingbirds. Given the mutualistic relationship between hummingbirds and plants, hummingbirds are pivotal in maintaining ecosystem health. Without hummingbirds, our world would be a much duller place to live. Continue to giving site
  • Mammalian Ecology and Conservation Unit (MECU)
  • General MECU Operating Support

    Provides support to the research, teaching and service mission of the Mammalian Ecology and Conservation Unit, related to the conservation of mammalian wildlife in California and beyond. Continue to giving site
  • Oil Spill Response
  • General research support for oil spill response team

    Provides support to research studies conducted by the Oiled Wildlife Care Network to offer the best achievable capture and care for oil-affected wildlife. Continue to giving site
  • One Health Institute
  • General One Health Institute operating support

    Provides support to the research, teaching and outreach mission of the One Health Institute. Continue to giving site
  • SeaDoc Society
  • General SeaDoc society operating support

    Provides operating support for the SeaDoc Society, a public-private partnership to ensure the health of marine wildlife and their Salish Sea ecosystem in the Pacific Northwest. Continue to giving site
  • Wildlife Health Center
  • General WHC operating support
    Provides support to the research, teaching and service mission of the Wildlife Health Center, benefitting sea otters, condors, mountain lions and many more wildlife species and their ecosystems. Continue to giving site