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The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center—operated by The Fund for Animals in partnership with The HSUS—is an oasis in Ramona, Calif., where orphaned and other injured wildlife are treated with the goal of releasing them back into the wild. In addition, The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center cares for nearly 40 full-time residents rescued from the exotic pet trade and other acts of cruelty.

  • Seventeen species, including hawks, will be able to receive care at the same time in the new aviary. Kathy Milani/The HSUS

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Hundreds of birds need rehabilitation each year, and The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center needs your help to make sure they get it. A damaged aviary needs to be replaced before the 2014 rehab season.


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News

  • November 24, 2014

    Brown Booby Makes Full Recovery at SFWC

    The South Florida Wildlife Center is equipped with several rescue ambulances to assist with wildlife rescues around South Florida. A few months ago, our team was dispatched to a fishing pier where some lifeguards had found what they thought was an injured Brown Pelican. But it turned out to be a much more surprising rescue than that when it turned out to be a Brown Booby.

  • November 18, 2014

    Three Orphaned Bear Cubs Are Making a Full Recovery at FFAWC

    The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in Ramona, California is used to caring for orphans of native predatory species like coyotes, bobcats and hawks. But they had never taken in an orphaned bear cub. Until now.

  • November 4, 2014

    Take a Hike for Wildlife

    Join The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center on Saturday, January 31 for their first annual wildlife hike-a-thon. The hike will take place at Poway Lake at all proceeds will benefit the work of the FFAWC.

  • July 16, 2014

    Emaciated Bobcat Rehabilitated at FFAWC

    When your backyard is a national forest, seeing—and avoiding—wild animals is a fact of life. So when a couple in San Diego County, whose home borders the Cleveland National Forest, saw a bobcat on their property they didn’t think much of it, until they noticed it was acting strange.

  • June 26, 2014

    House Resolution in Support of Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers Praised

    The Humane Society of the United States praised the introduction of a Congressional resolution recognizing the important role experienced and accredited wildlife rehabilitation centers play in caring for native wildlife in communities across the country.

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