Pasadena Human Wildlife
The Pasadena Humane Wildlife Program cares for injured, sick, and orphaned wildlife with the goal of releasing animals back to the wild. Our team of wildlife veterinarians and technicians care for a variety of species onsite and partner with local wildlife rehabilitation organizations when more specialized care is needed.
Pasadena Humane is committed to creating a healthy, sustainable community that values all species. We strive to mitigate the human impact on the natural world through conservation education and rehabilitation. In addition to our rehabilitation clinic, we operate a free wildlife helpline to assist and advise the general public on wildlife conflicts and/or concerns. We also offer a series of wildlife community presentations, workshops, and webinars throughout the year for adults, children, and workplaces.
Please contact us if you are interested in internship opportunities!
Lauren Hamlet , Wildlife Manager | 626.792.7151 x 110 | 361 S. Raymond Ave. Pasadena, CA 91105