Wolf Hollow, San Juan Island, Washington
Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers perform the necessary function of treating injured or sick wildlife, bringing them back to health and returning them to their native habitat. Wild animals sustain injury for a wide variety of reasons -- accidental, in encounters with other wild animals, or as a result of human interaction. Most would likely die without appropriate care and guardianship. This is why a wildlife care facility is so very essential.
The San Juan Islands Washington are fortunate to have Wolf Hollow Rehabilitation Center, which serves the entire northwest region in their mission "to promote the well-being of wildlife and their habitats," to provide public education, and to conduct non-invasive research. The Center has been in operation for more than 25 years to care for injured, orphaned, or sick native wild animals and to then release them back into the wild.
Read about the very important work done by the staff and volunteers at Wolf Hollow and get a look at the animals currently in care.
NOTE: If you should ever come across an injured or lone animal and you don't know what to do or whom to call,
follow these steps and proceed according to the Wolf Hollow guidelines.
Return to Simply San Juan from Wildlife Rehab