Support Your Local Wildlife
To save and protect the beautiful wildlife of Napa Valley that add so much to our quality of life. We work to restore wildlife to health so we can release them back into their native habitats in accordance with species-specific release criteria. We also work closely with other animal agencies, the county and state park system, and law enforcement agencies throughout the Bay Area.
As human influence expands in Napa Valley, and we face a more irregular climate, we have seen an increase in the number and variety of species that NWR rehabilitates annually. In 2020, we had more patients than ever before, over 1500.
We are always looking for people interested in volunteering with Napa Wildlife Rescue to help fulfill our mission.
SOME OF THE WAYS YOUR FISCAL AND TIME DONATION CAN HELP
- Help us meet the cost of the medications used in rehabilitation
- Promote public awareness and appreciation through media and community outreach
- Fund equipment such as aviaries and incubators
- Assist in the ongoing costs for setting up our site, just acquired in 2020
- Recruit and train new volunteers
- Spread a love of wildlife to children in Napa County through our education outreach program
How to Donate:
Your donation is tax deductible and can be made online! Please complete the attached donor information profile and your donation will be accepted through Paypal and processed via their secure donation payment system. NWR will acknowledge your donation and provide a thank you letter and tax id # for your tax records!
WHO WE ARE
Napa Wildlife Rescue (NWR) is a nonprofit organization licensed to rehabilitate sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife through the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. We collaborate with other wildlife rescues and animal agencies to provide excellent care for wildlife and promote living well with wildlife.
WHAT WE DO
Dedicated staff and volunteers rescue, rehabilitate and release sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife in Napa County. We assisted over 100 different species of birds and 23 species of mammals in 2020 alone!
The rehabilitation process starts when a caring person like you finds an ill, orphaned, injured or distressed wild bird or mammal. They call our Hawkline and bring the animal to the center. From there we assess the animal, provide appropriate veterinary and supportive care, and when the animal has sufficiently recovered, we release them back to their home.