Napa Wildlife Rescue is a group of dedicated volunteers that cares for hundreds of mammals
and birds each year through our network of home rehabilitators and at our seasonal
Songbird Clinic. The Songbird clinic receives and raises baby birds and injured birds.
How can I volunteer?
There are different opportunities for volunteering. Some involve direct contact with animals, and other opportunities support operation of the organization.
If you are interested in volunteering with the animals at the Clinic you must be:
• Interested in helping protect and preserve wildlife
• Able to make a commitment of 4 hours per week, April through mid-September
• Sixteen years of age or older (18 to handle the animals)
For more information, call (707) 685-5411
Or email email@example.com
- our seasonal songbird clinic, to care for orphaned, injured baby birds from April-August
- rescue and release activities
- help transporting wildlife patients to WRCNC rehab facilities, and other rehab centers across the Bay Area
- community outreach including social media, video, presentations, staffing at local community events
- data entry and reporting
Supplies, Food, and Medication:
- Walnuts or any nuts that are raw in shell preferably
- heating pads (the ones that can stay turned on)
- fleece throws or fleece material that can be cut into baby blankets and used in the nest boxes
- new or gently used fleece baby blankets
- water bottles
- plywood for nest boxes
- deer antlers
- Electric Pressure Washer
- Chest Freezer Source for local chicken eggs (we will need 1-2 dozen during the busy season April-August)
- medical supplies
- Purchase or lease suitable property within Napa County and build a permanent facility.