Welcome to Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care

Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care is dedicated to helping native wildlife through rehabilitation of injured, ill and orphaned birds, mammals, and reptiles and by furthering public knowledge and appreciation of wildlife through education.

Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care rehabilitates wildlife in need of help with the goal of restoring them to the free, wild and natural life that is their birthright. Songbirds, hawks, owls, water birds, and small mammals are brought to us from as far north as Bridgeport and Walker and as far south as Olancha. Most animals are rescued from roadsides or backyards by compassionate individuals. In some cases, ESWC may send a rescue team.

Trained volunteers care for our injured, orphaned or ill patients. We treat injuries including wing and leg fractures, illness, emaciation and other problems. Orphaned animals receive foster care—proper formulas, housing, and training for release.

ESWC seeks to educate individuals, businesses and organizations about living with their wild neighbors and how to prevent conflicts from arising. We also have educational programs designed for schools and organizations which are offered free of charge.
If you are interested or want more info contact
Cindy Kamler (760) 872-1487

Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care Benefit for Injured Wildlife

Great Gray Owl

"Little Moga" arrived safely at UC Davis at 10:40 this morning. I will update everyone as I hear from the vets at UCD.
Janice Pfeiff, DVM

I First Met Art Just About 10 Years Ago

Dear Friends:

Art Lillund died during the early hours of today, March 30, 2014, at the Bishop Care Center. He is free at last of the ravages of wide-spread cancer.

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