Collaborative Partners and Supporters
Project Wildlife works in cooperation with the following agencies and organizations to provide critical services to the native wildlife and residents of San Diego County.
- California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Learn about laws on importing, purchasing, owning, hunting, trapping, and everything else to do with animals in our state.
- San Diego County Animal Services
Lost, stray, or abandoned animals can be taken here; they will also assist in the capture of injured wildlife too dangerous for you to personally handle.
- San Diego Parks and Recreations
United States Department of Agriculture (www.usda.gov/wps/portal/usdahome)
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
This agency governs all activities involving migratory birds.
- Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation
- American Red Cross
- Ark Antiques for Animal Charities
- Blue Sky Ecological Reserve
- California Council for Wildlife Rehabilitators
If you are in California, but not in San Diego, this is your first resource to find a rehab organization near you!
- Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve
- Friends of Rose Canyon
- International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council
Sets the international standards on wildlife rehab; you can learn how to become a rehabilitator, find an organization, and learn about training programs.
- Lions, Tigers and Bears
- Mission Trails Regional Park
- Mostly Monkeys
- National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
Learn about upcoming training options and find out about wildlife rehab in your state.
- Rancho Coastal Humane Society
- San Diego Humane Society
This is the organization you need if you are surrendering a pet or looking to adopt one.
- San Diego Science Alliance
- San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy
- SeaWorld San Diego
Marine mammals and pelicans that need medical attention are cared for by the staff at Seaworld.
- San Diego Turtle and Tortoise Society
If you have found or wish to adopt a shelled reptile, this is the organization you need.
- Sky Hunters
Eagles are a rare and beautiful sight in San Diego. If you believe you have found one that needs medical attention, this is the group to contact.
- Tecolote Canyon Nature Center
- The Council for Environmental Education
- The Fund for Animals
Coyotes, bobcats, and mountain lions need help too sometimes!? If you have found one that needs rehabilitation, this is the organization that can assist you.
- Tijuana Estuary State Park
- Wildlife Assist
Have you found an animal in an odd situation that needs help?? Stuck in a chimney, trapped up in a tree, hurt but still able to swim or run?? This local non-profit has trained volunteers to help.
- Wildlife Research Institute