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Our team of dedicated volunteers works with raptors, songbirds, small mammals, bats, fawns, amphibians, and reptiles. In addition to experienced rehabbers working directly with the animals, we also have phone volunteers who take care of our hotline, and transport volunteers who help with pick-ups, transport to the vet, etc.

We looking for volunteers to help with fund raising and to become part of our education team. There's a spot for everyone. For more information, call our hotline at 530-432-5522 and a team member will call you or send an email.

 

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Deb Kirkpatrick shows off WRR's new license plate holder.

Deb Kirkpatrick shows off WRR's new license plate holder.

Volunteers Jan Crowell, Kari Freidig, Laura Vanderpool, Janey Powers, and Deb Kirkpatrick enjoy the WRR Fall Party'

Volunteers Jan Crowell, Kari Freidig, Laura Vanderpool, Janey Powers, and Deb Kirkpatrick enjoy the WRR Fall Party.

Our booth at the Loma Rica Harvest Festival proved to be very popular.  Kari Freidig shows off Educational Ambassador, Shikoba the Red-tailed Hawk.

Our booth at the Loma Rica Harvest Festival proved to be very popular. Kari Freidig shows off Educational Ambassador, Shikoba the Red-tailed Hawk.

The bucks rolled in at WRR's Summer Yard Sale making board members Janey Powers and Ellyn Cook very happy!

The bucks rolled in at WRR's Summer Yard Sale making board members Janey Powers and Ellyn Cook very happy!

Raptor team volunteers, Mike Furtado and Kim Franza prepare to creance Golden Eagle.

Raptor team volunteeers, Mike Furtado and Kim Franza, prepare to creance a Golden Eagle.


Janet Goodban shows off WRR Educational Ambassador, Oliver the Western Screech Owl

Janet Goodban shows off WRR Educational Ambassador, Oliver the Western Screech Owl.


Songbird rehabber, Janey Powers, visits with Educational Ambassador Winston Churchill Crow.

Songbird rehabber, Janey Powers, visits with Educational Ambassador Winston Churchill Crow.


Mark Roberts with a young Red-tailed Hawk.

Mark Roberts with a young Red-tailed Hawk.


Corky Quirk

WRR bat rehabber, Corky Quirk, at work.


Songbird rehabber, Nina Allen, is intent on conference note-taking.

Songbird rehabber, Nina Allen, is intent on conference note-taking.


Raptor rehabber, Donna Betz, checks on the residents of the WRR mouse colony.

Raptor rehabber, Donna Betz, checks on the residents of the WRR mouse colony.


Members Ellyn Cook, Laurel Gunderson, and Kathie Stebbins enjoy some tasty treats at a social gathering.

Members Ellyn Cook, Laurel Gunderson, and Kathie Stebbins enjoy some tasty treats at a social gathering.


Kari Freidig feeds baby bats.

Kari Freidig feeds baby bats.


For more information, call our hotline at 530-432-5522 and a team member will call you or send an email: president@cawildlife911.org

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