All Rehabilitation Announcements

Have You Found a Bird That Has Fallen From a Nest?

Saturday, April 6th, 2013
Wildlife rehabilitators know this time of year as “Baby Bird Season”, where many nestlings of all species fall from nests or are otherwise orphaned. We have a list of qualified organizations that can help listed on the website . If you have additional questions, please email gro.nobuduAVFSnull@ffohseeW.evaD.
 Phone numbers of active rehabilitators in your area – If you live  in the east SFV  call James Hunter at 818-571-9833; those in the northwest SFV, Anna Reams at 805-581-3911, and those in the southwest SFV, the California Wildlife Center at 310-457-9453.

Why Do Birds Fall from the Sky?

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

With several occurrences of such phenomena hitting the national media last week, some of you may be interested to know more information about such seemingly bizarre behavior. Well, someone has compiled a great deal of info on the “Birds Fall from the Sky” website to sate the desires of those seeking more on the subject. Thanks to Serena Castleton for calling this site to our attention.

Sick and Injured Birds

Saturday, September 8th, 2007

SFVAS regularly receives queries about what to with or about sick or injured wild birds they have found. Here is a list of licensed rehabilitators you can contact.

If you find an injured or sick wild bird or bat in your area, please contact the closest licensed rehabilitator listed below:

Long Beach All Wildlife Rescue & Education


Long Beach Animal Hospital, 3816 E. Anaheim (between Redondo & Termino), Long Beach, CA


Malibu California Wildlife Center


Mission Viejo Critter Care of Orange County


Palos Verdes / South Bay Wildlife Rehabilitation


Pasadena Humane Society


Poway Bat Rescue (bats only)


San Pedro International Bird Rescue &Research Cntr. (Especially for seabirds)


Simi Valley Wildlife Care of Ventura County


Sunland Wildlife on Wheels


Topanga Wildworks


(SF) Valley Wildlife Care


Wildlife Care of Ventura County Hotline