Suisun Wildlife Center
Our Wildlife Rescue and Release Service was incorporated in 1977 to offer vital assistance to injured and orphaned wildlife in Solano County, affected primarily by human activity.
The Suisun Wildlife Center, dedicated as the Sandra Emanuelson DVM Memorial Wildlife Center in 1987, significantly improved our care of wildlife and greatly expanded our abilities to serve the community. Located adjacent to Peytonia Ecological Reserve in Suisun City, the site also houses our Environmental Education Wing as well as non-releasable education birds and animals on display.
A committed staff of volunteers, trained and ready to care for rescued wildlife, insures that birds and animals receive the best care possible. Since opening, over 300 different species of birds, mammals, and reptiles have been treated; and almost 16,000 have been released back into the wild.
The Suisun Wildlife Center, is permitted by the California Department of Fish and Game and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and conducts its functions according to the guidelines contained in these permits.
We offer a wide variety of presentations and field trips that are a favorite for small and large groups alike both on site and at your location. Our fees are very reasonable and support our wildlife care activities.
Would you like to enhance the education of your children’s group or class by sponsoring one of our programs?
Are you looking for a good program for an organizational meeting?
Call us to set up a program. 707.429.4295
Proud recipient of the
2016 John Muir Conservation Award