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Mission Statement

Wildlife Care Association, Inc. is dedicated to the rescue, re-habilitation, and release of local wildlife. WCA is commit-ted to educating and instruct-ing the community in the respect, appreciation, and care of local wildlife. WCA is pledged to the management and preservation of wildlife habitat.
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What’s New


Due to a scheduling conflict at the normal Raley’s in Natomas, the May BOD meeting will be held at:

4840 San Juan Ave
Fair Oaks, CA 95628

It will begin at the regular time: 6:30pm
Future BOD meetings will be held at the Natomas Raley’s

WCA needs volunteers! We need the following phone shifts: Monday, Wed, and Sat 9am to 2pm (but they only need to be checked every hour or two) and Tue and Sun 3pm to 9pm.

Wildlife Hotline Volunteers are the first point of contact between the concerned caller about a wild animal and Wildlife Care Association. Volunteers will receive training on how to answer questions regarding co-existing with urban wildlife, how to reunite wild parents with their young and how to identify when an animal needs medical care or rehabilitation.

If you have a love for wildlife and can effectively communicate with a diverse public, then you will enjoy this rewarding and exciting volunteer opportunity. The best part of being a Volunteer Hotline Specialist is helping local wildlife in the comfort of your own home or at our Wildlife Care Facility.

If you are interested in becoming a phone volunteer, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at or call 916-965-WILD (9453).

This Earth Day, eight groups will be considered for participation in this program. Vote for WCA between April 19 and April 22.

The four organizations with the most votes will win and join One Farm at a Time and the Sacramento Cooperative Community Fund – we want to be one of them!

Vote in the store or online at starting Saturday, April 19th.