We are a non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) status located in Oakland, California dedicated to the rehabilitation of orphaned and injured wildlife living in urban city centers. We serve the cities of Oakland, Piedmont, Montclair, Berkeley, and Alameda in the State of California, USA.

We nurse these animals back to a healthy state where they are able to be released back into the wild. Through education to children and adults alike, we try to raise awareness of these wild residents of our cities in the hope that a better co-habitation will lead to less injuries/orphans and more enjoyment of the urban wildlife with which we share our cities. We also, when it is absolutely necessary, place animals in safe environments such as farms.

Our Mission:

To heal the sick and injured/orphaned animals brought to us and ready them for release back into our Urban Wilds.

To educate people of all ages in the wonder and enjoyment of wildlife and nature and why it is so vital we protect it.

To teach patience and compassion so that urban wildlife is viewed in a more positive light by everyone- not as pests, but as important co-habitators of our environment.