Dropping off food and supply donations at the center is a great way to help us out. During the baby season, leaving the center several times a week these items can be especially difficult for our staff and volunteers. This page is updated frequently from April through September with our current needs for donations.
During the height of baby season, Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue feeds well over 150 animals a day. During this time, we rely heavily on our local produce vendor, Palace of Fruit, purchasing box after box of fresh produce for our wildlife patients. With each food run, the costs of care begin to climb and valuable time needed for the specialized care of animals is taken away from our staff and volunteers. Every year, we have reached out to our community for help in delivering produce, hard-boiled eggs, nuts, and miscellaneous supplies when the burden becomes too high, and every time, our supporters have answered the call for help.
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