Help our wildlife by donating on Giving Tuesday – November 28!

Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care raises, rehabilitates and releases hundreds of animals each year. The spring and summer months are our busiest, but many animals will also arrive throughout the winter months. Winter can be challenging for young animals experiencing their first winter, and those who sustain injuries from cars, power lines, pets and other hazards can perish quickly without medical attention and a warm, safe place to recover. Additionally, we house other animals through the winter who require long-term care.

We keep our doors open year round to help wildlife in need, but we cannot do this without your support. On this Giving Tuesday, November 28, please take a few moments to donate and help us continue caring for wildlife and releasing them for their second chance!

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Patients with Long-Term Care Needs


Emma the bald eagle has been with us since we had to amputate her severely-damaged right wing after several months of trying unsuccessfully to heal it. Now healed, Emma will stay with Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care as an educational animal.