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.
- Center Manager, Ohlone Humane Society Wildlife Rehab Center, Newark, CA
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Intern, Peninsula Humane Society, Burlingame, CA
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Technician, Pacific Wildlife Care, Morro Bay, CA
- Volunteer and Outreach Manager, California Wildlife Center, Calabasas, CA
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Technician, California Wildlife Center, Calabasas, CA
Out of State
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital Volunteer, Think Wild, Bend, Oregon
Visit the Opportunities page for more information.
CCWR’s 25th Annual Symposium.
November 1-4 2019 at Tenaya Lodge.
We have updates to our Symposium!!!
- We plan to open main registration by the end of July.
- Registration at Tenaya Lodge will being around 5pm Friday Nov. 1.
- There will be an included networking breakfast Saturday Nov. 2.
- Room rates will be $139 a night, we only have so many in our rooming block so when rooms become available, snatch them up.
- We will have 2 IWRC Classes, an 8 hour Pain and Wound Management course and a 4 hour Zoonoses course on Sunday Nov. 3 and Monday Nov. 4. Registration will be separate for these courses.
- We have a few openings left for presentations. You can fill out your proposal here.
- We have a great lineup including both Biologist and Wildlife rehabilitators presenting on bats, fawns, desert tortoises, behavior, and much more!!!