About Sarvey Wildlife
Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release…
We accept orphaned and injured wildlife patients from Snohomish, King, and Skagit counties, and Camano Island. Most of our patients are brought directly to our center for treatment by caring citizens. Occasionally, wild animals are trapped, or otherwise may be too dangerous for the general public to restrain and contain for transport. When this occurs, we depend on our team of volunteers and staff members to rescue these patients. We also work closely with other wildlife rehabilitators to ensure that we are providing the best care possible for the wildlife brought to us.
Our facility takes in all native species of wildlife. We see everything from hummingbirds to eagles - chipmunks to bobcats. During our peak seasons (spring and summer) we can have hundreds of patients at one time. Tens of thousands of animals have come to our center in the past 35 years. We take in about 2,000 patients annually.
We are always in need of volunteers, financial contributions, and donations of supplies. Please see our website links for more information on how you can help. Your donations are tax-deductible. We are a registered 501(c)3 charity. Thank you for supporting our mission to help our wildlife population thrive.
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Did you know that there are many ways you can help Sarvey raise much needed funds everyday on the web, doing things you do already? Every time you shop or search, if you use these special links and register to shop with iGive, or AmazonSmile they will donate a percentage of your purchase back to us. There is NO COST TO YOU. It is simple to do - please register today.
You can also shop directly from our Sarvey Wildlife Amazon wish list and send items right to our center. We keep the wish list updated and love to get surprise packages from our caring supporters. When you shop our wish list on Amazon Smile - we get double the love!
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