Injured and Orphaned Wildlife

If you have found an injured or orphaned bird or animal:

  1. Never approach an animal you feel is dangerous. Err on the side of caution.
  2. Keep the animal warm.
  3. Do not give it any food or water.
  4. If possible, put babies back in their nest. In most cases, their mother is getting food and will return.
  5. If you are in the Lake Tahoe area, call Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care at 530.577.CARE (530.577.2273)
  6. Bring the animal to Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care at 1485 Cherry Hills Circle, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150-4921. If you are not in the Lake Tahoe area, please contact the wildlife center closest to you.

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One Response to Injured and Orphaned Wildlife

  1. Scott "Oly" Olsen says:

    I’m from Sierra Army Depot. I dropped off a bird yesterday to one of your voluteers at the Sierra Summit Mall, Just was woundering the status. Thanks for all you do!

    Oly
    Environmental Chief

    ps Imature Golden Eagle or Sharp Shin

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