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.
It’s that time of year again when our enclosures are filling with young, orphaned wildlife in need. Today, we have 118 animals in care, all requiring specialized diets made by our staff, volunteers, and interns. With each animal that arrives to the rescue, our fridges empty faster and costly, time-consuming trips to the store to refill them are now needed multiple times a week. We are reaching out today in the hopes that you will be able to help.
While each species that we care for at Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue has unique dietary needs, we have a common list of items that we continually need to prepare wildlife diets. Thanks to the large number of young, weaning wildlife patients in care, we have a large need for hardboiled eggs and ripe, sweet fruit. If you would like to donate food to the animals in our care, please sign up using the link below.
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If you can help, please deliver donations to 403 Mecham Road Petaluma, CA 94952. Donations will be accepted every day between the hours of 9 AM to 5 PM. We have created a drop off station on the front porch outside of the center.