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Critter rescue

Wildcare will take in any wild animal that is hurt or got lost in the urban jungle. After the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Wildcare Education at its best

This is a wonderful place for many reasons. Education for children. Safe place for injured wild... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2017
Leigha F
Oakland, California
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76 Albert Park Ln, San Rafael, CA 94901-3929
+1 415-456-7283
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Wildcare will take in any wild animal that is hurt or got lost in the urban jungle. After the critter is well and able to return to the wild it is released in an appropriate area. If it is unable to be released it will...More

Thank Chris0999
Reviewed 9 October 2017

This is a wonderful place for many reasons. Education for children. Safe place for injured wild life.

Thank Leigha F
Reviewed 7 September 2017

I've taken my children here lots of times and they have always enjoyed it. Later in life they both volunteered here. The staff, both paid and volunteers are compassionate and devoted. There are interesting convalescing animals here and something to learn each time. Just a...More

2  Thank 50PlusCalifornia
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

Excellent cause! Hard to review as this place is definitely not a typical tourist spot. A lot of effort has been vested to maintain the place and the staff are all very friendly. The animals and birds are in small enclosures as they were mostly...More

1  Thank Lingyun S
Reviewed 10 April 2017

This place does amazing, compassionate acts for all kinds of animals. It's filled with wonderful volunteers and staff that really care, and work tirelessly to help our little (some not so little) friends. A great place to volunteer your time if you love animals and...More

Thank George R
Reviewed 21 February 2017

we met the most caring and humain care takers in this pretty historic presbetarian church converted building. a nature oasis sandwiched between industrial and residential area.

Thank jeng t
Reviewed 14 February 2017

If you love animals you should pay them a visit. Really beautiful birds are housed and rehabilitated here. Really cool place and the work they do is truly wonderful.

Thank Glorimar S
Reviewed 12 January 2017

WildCare is a bird and animal rehabilitation center, but does a great job of education as well. Here's the perfect spot to bring your kids to learn about birds of prey up close and personal, and become more aware of animals native to the Marin...More

1  Thank Jon from Dallas
Reviewed 26 December 2016

Wildcare is a wonderful place to take the family. They care for a variety of wildlife and have many animals there to laern about. It is always a pleasure to see and laern about the wildlife.

Thank JoeshmoeCaliforina
Reviewed 14 December 2016 via mobile

I learned about Wildcare center when I googled, "things to do in San Rafael." Admission is free. I understand that they soon will move into a brand, new facility. The animals seemed to be very social and were obviously used to interacting with humans. Each...More

Thank Rose Ada M
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