Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation
The Pasadena Humane Wildlife Program cares for injured, sick and orphaned wildlife with the goal of releasing animals back to the wild. Our team of wildlife veterinarians and technicians care for a variety of species onsite and partner with local wildlife rehabilitation organizations when more specialized care is needed.
Pasadena Humane is committed to creating a healthy, sustainable community that values all species. We strive to mitigate the human impact on the natural world through conservation education and rehabilitation. We offer a series of wildlife community presentations, workshops and webinars throughout the year for adults, children, and workplaces.
If you believe you have found sick or injured wildlife, please call or text the wildlife helpline at 626.344.1129 (text is preferred) between the hours of 9am-5pm. Please note, this is not an emergency service and we will return your message as soon as we are able.
General inquiries about wildlife can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are many humane alternatives to trapping wild animals, and we are available to assist you. We will only pick up trapped wildlife only if the animal is sick, injured, orphaned, or has bitten a person or another animal.
Help to support our Wildlife Program at pasadenahumane.org/supportwildlife.
Sign up for our email newsletter