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Coexisting with Our Wild Neighbors

Because our valley provides excellent homes for many species of wildlife, you can find anything from a tiny hummingbird to a large raccoon in our backyards and city parks. Despite the fact that your yard supports wildlife so well, problems occasionally arise with them living so close to people. For example, what would you do with a bird your cat brought to you? Hopefully the suggestions will help prevent potential problems and help us coexist with our wild neighbors.

Preparing to trim trees or do work around your home/business? Read and share these important flyers: Watch out for that tree & Look before you start.

Click on the pictures below to read up on common problems, easy solutions, and interesting FAQs about our wild neighbors.

We also have extensive information on Humane Eviction and Exclusion.

Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley
3027 Penitencia Creek Road
San Jose, CA 95132
1-408-929-9453 (929-WILD)
info@wcsv.org

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