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Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley
Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley, 3027 Penitencia Creek Road, San Jose, CA, 95132, United States
Founded in 1993, we are a 501(c)3 non-profit licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game. We serve all citizens and wildlife of Santa Clara County communities from Mountain View to Morgan Hill. We treat between 4,000 and 5,000 wild birds and mammals from 100 different species each year. Animals are returned to local habitats that will support them.
Our mission is to promote the interests of Silicon Valley wildlife through rehabilitation and release of sick, injured and orphaned birds and mammals in addition to providing community outreach programs that foster co-existence and improve the local environment and quality of life for wild animals.
Tax ID # 77-0378066
Seed is part of the diet for many songbirds, like finches, juncos, and towhees. This large bag will go a long way to feed all of the juvenile songbirds we receive each spring and summer! -Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley
Mealworms are part of the diet for birds that eat a lot of insects such as wrens, robins, swifts, and swallows. 500 mealworms feeds a nest of 5 swallows for about one day! -Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley
We use reference books to keep up with the latest information in veterinary medicine. This one will help us with new medications and new treatment options for different conditions. -Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley