Articles From : SBWCN

  • Western Grebes In Trouble

    Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network cares for around 1,000 seabirds every year. One of the most common patients are western grebes.

  • Fake Spiderwebs Can Entangle Wildlife

    As many residents begin their Halloween decorating, the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network implores citizens to refrain from using fake spiderwebs outdoors as Halloween decor. 

  • Great Horned Owl: SB Wildlife Care Network's Patient of the Week

    The Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network has released a Great Horned Owl into the wild after mending its wings.

  • Wildlife Rescue Reports Animals Are Being Shot by Pellet Guns

    The Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network has seen a disturbing trend of animals that have been shot by pellet guns throughout Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.

  • Pied-Billed Grebe: SB Wildlife Care Network's Patient of the Week

    The Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network rescued an injured Pied-billed Grebe and released it back into the wild last week.

  • Baby Opossum: SB Wildlife Care Network's Patient of the Week

    The Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network is caring for their 3,201st patient: a baby opossum.