Shasta Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc.
Wildlife Conservation through Rehabilitation
We are an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of sick, orphaned, and injured wildlife in Northern California. Through all of our activities we educate and encourage our community to value the connection between people and the natural environment.
PO Box 1173
Anderson, CA 96007
- Our organization's operations are carried out by over 70 volunteers.
- We have one of the highest successful release rates in the state of California.
- We house more than 1,000 animals each year.
- Shasta Wildlife volunteers have been working on the wild side since the late 70s.
What will we do with your donation?
- Feed, medicate, and house your local injured and orphaned wildlife.
o for a sense of the cost of this task, one orphaned barn owl nestling costs about $480.00 in food alone over the course of the three months it takes for them to grow to be old enough to be released; one infant western gray squirrel costs $360.00 to be rehabilitated through their fourteen-week maturing time; and a single songbird costs $60.00 to rehabilitate over a period of six weeks. In 2017 we released 7, 30, and 350 of these respectively.
Only through the generosity of the members of our community can Shasta Wildlife provide the vital care the furry and feathered members of our community so often need, returning these animals to their natural habitat and educating people on ways they may help keep their wildlife wild.