Twelve similar minded people decided to network, and share resources to care for injured and orphaned wildlife.
Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network incorporated as a California 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Our telephone hotline was established to field calls from concerned local residents. This was also the year that we started our public education program.
First seabird pond established at the home of one of our volunteers.
Established the Wildlife Sanctuary Awards to honor those who go out of their way to help wildlife in need.
Small Downtown center is opened to house songbirds and receive small mammals.
The construction of our 1.8 acre Wildlife Rehabilitation Center begins.
A temporary drop off center and triage clinic opened in a former veterinary office in Fairview Shopping Center in Goleta.
Moved all operations to the McCaw Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at 1460 North Fairview Ave. in Goleta.
Our center at 1460 North Fairview Ave. is constantly buzzing with activity! Taking in more than 3,000 wildlife animals every year, we provide Santa Barbara and Ventura counties with a centralized location for wildlife emergencies.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 6594, Santa Barbara, CA 93160