Puget Sound WildCare is a 501(c)3 non-profit Organization. With roots in wildlife rehabilitation, our center focuses on promoting Environmental Education and Wildlife Conservation.
OUR WILDLIFE CENTER
Puget Sound WildCare (previously known as South Sound Critter Care) opened for mammal and reptile care in 2009 and received a federal permit for migratory bird species in 2010. Through the hard work of Dr. Jan White, the center grew to intake about 2,800 animals a year and has built 30+ outdoor enclosures on two properties.
Public support from our community is essential to what we do. We’ve served the two most populated counties in Washington State, totaling almost 40% of Washington's population.
In addition to the $21,700 granted by the Department of Fish and Wildlife that helped pay for upgrades on our enclosures, tax-deductible donations from the public have enabled us to work with the staff of Sawyer Lake Veterinary Hospital to provide care for animals that have come through our center.