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Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center
Caring for injured and orphaned native wild animals so they can be released back into their natural habitat.

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OPEN TO RECEIVE ANIMALS:   September to April =  10 am - 3 pm    May to August =  10 am - 4 pm


If you have a hurt wild animal, click on Found an Animal or call 209.883.9414.
We cannot answer animal inquires via email.

Become a Volunteer

Duties - Volunteers help with animal care, prepare food, clean cages, answer the phone, do dishes, laundry, and many other things that make it possible for the animals to recover and be released.

Qualifications - Anyone over 17 may become a volunteer. Some of our volunteers are college students and others are retirees in their 70's and 80's.

Time Committment - Most volunteers work between 4 and 8 hours one day a week, less in the winter. At the height of baby bird season some volunteers work for a second shift just to help with baby bird care. We ask for a one year committment.

Training - Training is provided by the SWCC.

Things We Always Need

Paper Towels
Bleach
Dawn Dishwashing Liquid
Postage Stamps
13 Gallon Garbage Bags
Printer Paper
Receiving Blankets
Playtex Gloves (small - medium)
Liquid HE Lundry Detergent
New Heating Pads
    (NOT auto shut-off)

   and Money!
Donations and Memberships

Memberships are a major source of funding for the SWCC. We rely on our members to provide the basic income that keeps the Center alive. Members receive the Stanislaus Flyer, our quartely newsletter. Members also receive invitations to events at the Center.

Donations are another important source of funding. It is easy to make a donation.

Donations - Memberships





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SWCC Vehicle Donation Program


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