GH Owl Fledgling AF July 2020 (16)


We raise awareness and provide educational opportunities to the community about the wildlife living around us.

GH Owl Fledgling AF July 2020 (16)


We rescue injured, orphaned and sick native wild animals, treat and care for them, then release them back into the wild.

GH Owl Fledgling AF July 2020 (16)


Our research helps us learn how to improve rehabilitation care standards and increase post-release survival rates.

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Our mission is to promote the well-being of wildlife and their habitats through rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife, public education and non-invasive research.

Meet Our Seasonal Rehabber and Interns 2022

Our Seasonal Wildlife Rehabilitator this summer is Rachael Harmon. Rachael was an intern with us last summer and returned this year to continue gaining experience of wildlife rehabilitation. She graduated…

Discover Wolf Hollow Day, April 2, 2022

On Saturday April 2nd we invite you to visit Wolf Hollow for a behind-the scenes tour of our facility led by staff members. Please visit our Events Section for more…

Match Made!

A generous supporter offered to match all donations made to Wolf Hollow during December 2021, up to $90,000. Thanks to YOU! we met the challenge and raised over $95,000 in…

Young Seals Released

All four of the Harbor Seal pups we cared for throughout the summer were released on Sept 11th. These pups were all brought to Wolf Hollow by San Juan County…

Wolf Hollow is a non-profit organization located on San Juan Island in Northwest Washington State. We serve all of San Juan and Skagit Counties and northern Whidbey Island.

Animals We Care For

The animals in our care are constantly changing as animals are released and others arrive. Some are with us for only a few days while others need care for several months. Click photos to learn the reasons they need our help, and where they came from.