Wildlife We Treat

I Found An Animal

One of the most common questions people ask is “What should I do if I find an injured or orphaned wild animal?” This is a very difficult question to answer because so many factors influence any decision on the best course of action. Is the animal large or small, a youngster or an adult, injured, sick or orphaned? Where is it? How long has it been there? There is no simple answer, but the following guidelines might help. Read more >>

Currently In Care

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. This list show the animals we are caring for at the moment, the reasons they need our help and where they came from. Read more >>

Species List

Since Wolf Hollow began in 1983, over 220 different species of wild animals have been treated at our Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Some are species that we have treated only once or twice in all of our years of operation (e.g. Western Bluebird, Steller’s Sea Lion), while others are animals we see many of each year (e.g. American Robin, Cottontail Rabbit). See our species list >>