The California Council for Wildlife Rehabilitators (CCWR) represents a progressive group of dedicated wildlife specialists in California. Our members include wildlife rehabilitators, rescue, rehabilitation and service organizations and regulatory agencies.
Our members offer a full range of programs and services throughout the state, including public education, wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, humane exclusion services, volunteer and employment opportunities.
The California Council for Wildlife Rehabilitators is dedicated to advancing wildlife rehabilitation and supporting wildlife in a changing world.
If your facility is affected by an emergency, such as a fire or flood, please contact email@example.com immediately and we can put out a call for assistance to members in your region.
There are quite a few memberships that are up for renewal in the next month or so. If you haven’t used the online system, here are a few tips.
Lost Password? You can log in using your user name or the email address on record. Go to https://ccwr.org/lost-password/ and fill out the form. You will receive an email response to reset the password. If you no longer have access to the email address on record, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the correct email address and your profile will be updated.
Renewal Fees. When online you pay by debit card, credit card, PayPal account or by sending a check. Visit “How to pay by credit card” for details. Even past your membership expiration date, you can log in to renew. You are also offered an option to upgrade (renew for a longer term, if available) and to renew automatically. If you are having trouble, visit “How to find and renew your membership” for details.
February 28 – March 3
- CDFW News
- February 2018 Calendar
- Badly Burned Ursines Get Back on their Feet – Thanks to Teamwork and Fish Skin
- Study of Songbirds’ Calls Provides Important Climate Insight
- Bobcat Image Named Winner of Wildlife Photo of the Year Contest
- News You Can Us
- Highlights from the 2017 Christmas Bird Count
- Birding the Burn: Christmas Bird Count in California wine country returns to a landscape transformed by fire
- This coyote was stealing newspapers, so here’s what the delivery man did
- Bird of Prey Movie: Trailer, a story about the conservation of the Philippine Eagle
- CCWR Membership Renewals
Download the February 2018 ENews!!!
- Baby Bird Nursery Intern, Sierra Wildlife Rescue, Diamond Springs, CA
- Baby Bird Nursery Manager, Sierra Wildlife Rescue, Diamond Springs
- Facility Veterinarian, Oiled Wildlife Care Network, UC Davis
- Internship, Native Songbird Care & Conservation, Sebastapol, CA
- Responder Specialist, Oiled Wildlife Care Network, UC Davis
- Summer Animal Care Intern, Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA
- Wildlife Manager, Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA, Burlingame, CA
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Intern, Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA, Burlingame, CA
- Wildlife Rescue Technician, Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA, San Mateo, CA
- Wildlife Technician, Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA, Burlingame, CA
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Intern, Pacific Wildlife Care, Morro Bay, CA
- Wildlife Admissions Internship, California Wildlife Center, Calabasas, CA
Visit the Opportunities page for more information.