Sick or injured wildlife
Napa Wildlife Rescue
Napa Wildlife Rescue (NWR) is the only organization in Napa County that is permitted to rescue, rehabilitate, and release wildlife back to the Napa wild. NWR is a non-profit organization and operates under permits from the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
NWR accepts all species of Napa County wildlife that are orphaned, injured, or sick, except for black bears, mountain lions, and full-grown deer (they do rescue and care for fawns).
If you found an orphaned, sick, or injured wild animal please contact NWR for assistance.
Napa County Animal Services
The Animal Services Unit of the Napa County Sheriff’s Office strives to provide professional animal control services to the community, wildlife and domestic animal issues.