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Wildlife Rehabilitation Animal Care Volunteer (WAITLIST)

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Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley

  • 65 people are interested

We are currently unable to accept new volunteers until the winter months of 2020 (subject to change). Please register for our waitlist here: http://bttr.im/c4uy9

Work to rehabilitate injured, orphaned, and sick wildlife at Santa Clara County's only wildlife hospital.

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About Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley


3027 Penitencia Creek RD, San Jose, CA 95132, US

Mission Statement

The Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley is a non-profit organization that since 1993 has been committed to providing the highest quality care and rehabilitation to urban wildlife and to promoting a mutually beneficial and respectful co-existence between humans and wildlife in our communities.


With the help of over 250 dedicated volunteers, we take care of over 5,600 injured, sick, and/or orphaned wildlife patients each year. Through outreach and partnerships with local organizations we strive to provide a greater understanding of the importance of wildlife and the ecosystem, emphasizing our efforts to rehabilitate and release as many patients as possible.



We'll work with your schedule.


3027 Penitencia Creek RdSan Jose, CA 95132



  • Veterinary
  • Environmental Education
  • Data Entry
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Gardening
  • Transportation


  • Teens


  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training
  • At a minimum, you must be willing to volunteer four hours a week for three consecutive months.
  • You must be at least 16 years old. You need to have reliable transportation to and from the Wildlife Center. You should feel comfortable working with a variety of animals. No prior experience necessary.

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