Articles From : Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network
The Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network has released a Western Screech Owl after making a full recovery.
The wildest event of the year is November 1st 2019 at the Carriage Museum — to benefit Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network! Join us for a lively party of live music, fun presentations, delicious food, and a silent auction full of wonderful local items. Just like last year costumes are encouraged! The Benefit helps SBWCN raise critical funds to save and serve wildlife. Every year we rescue over 3200 animals, and have helped thousands of Pelicans, Hummingbirds, Rabbits, Songbirds, and local species get a second chance in the wild.
Love wildlife, wildlife rehab, and FREE pizza?
Join us at the Goleta Valley Library for a free Wild Talk by our Director of Animal Care, Elaine Ibarra.
Elaine will talk about wildlife rehabilitation, spring baby season, ways we can all help wildlife, and more.
You will also have the opportunity to ask questions and win prizes!
Come learn something new! Admission is free -- bring your friends!
NOTE: for their safety and yours, no wild animals will be present at this Wild Talk
It's spring and baby wild animals are being born all over Santa Barbara. What do you do when one of these babies, or any other wild animal needs help? You call the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network, a local nonprofit that rescues, rehabilitates, and releases thousands of wild animals in need every year. From pelicans to raccoons to hummingbirds to squirrels, SBWCN is here to care for the birds, terrestrial mammals, and reptiles in need.