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Mission Statement

PWC's mission is to rehabilitate and return to their natural habitat, orphaned or injured wildlife, and to educate our community to value and respect wildlife and the environment we share with them.

Description

Pacific Wildlife Care is a non-profit, organization of individuals trained in the rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife. It is licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and is an active member of the UC Davis Oiled Wildlife Care Network. PWC's education and outreach volunteers do approximately 100 presentations a year to schools, churches and service organizations in our community.

Website

http://www.pacificwildlifecare.org

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Reviews

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Would you recommend Pacific Wildlife Care?

by Meg C. (Administrator for this Organization) (October 5, 2011)
I have been involved for over four years. There are all kinds of opportunities and the other volunteers are really great. It is the only wildlife rehabilitation organization in San Luis Obispo County for land animals and birds. Do sign up!
by brenda g. from morro bay, CA (November 30, 2009)
On my first day I learned a lot and more important I felt VERY welcomed. They're starting to become like my family now! And most important I'm learning A LOT about animal care.You should definately check their website and foind out when the next orientation meeting is taking place.
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