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RESCUE & REHABILITATION
A Wildlife Hospital to treat and rehabilitate native wildlife - providing care for patients who have been injured or orphaned so they can be released back into the wild.
EDUCATION & OUTREACH
An education resource to teach and inspire the public to live respectfully with urban wildlife - offering Think Wild Education, awareness events, and online resources.
A voice for native wildlife on the man-made hazards in our growing, urban landscapes - advising on reducing human-wildlife conflict and promoting native wildlife habitat.
THE WILDLIFE HOSPITAL AND CONSERVATION CENTER
Wildlife Hotline: (541) 241-8680
Spring and Summer Hours (May 1 - September 1): 8 AM - 5 PM (Note that the hospital is closed July 4).
Fall and Winter Hours (September 1 - May 1): 9 AM - 3 PM (Note that the hospital is closed Thanksgiving Day, December 25, and January 1).
We Offer Hands-On Wildlife Education
We encourage interested teachers, parents, and organizations to get in touch with us about our wildlife and environmental education programs, which can be customized to meet your curriculum requirements and topics. We host education programs onsite, offsite, in the classroom, and online.
Volunteer with Think Wild
Think Wild is always looking for committed volunteers for a variety of opportunities related to wildlife rehabilitation, rescue, education, and habitat restoration. Some of these positions are seasonal, while others are year round. All experience levels are encouraged. Volunteer opportunities include:
- Wildlife Hospital
- Wildlife Rescue and Transport
- Wildlife Conflict Services
- Construction and Maintenance
- Habitat Restoration
and many more! We also offer volunteer days for businesses and school groups.
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Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
Think Wild acknowledges that we operate in the traditional homelands of Warm Springs, Wasco, and Paiute peoples, who historically inhabited, managed, and cared for these lands. We must learn from the successful coexistence with nature that the first peoples of our continent have exemplified for generations. Think Wild is proud to work with tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs to share wildlife education and stewardship among local youth.
Please visit https://native-land.ca to learn more about those on whose lands you live, work, and recreate, and consider ways to support and celebrate these first peoples.