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Common Birds

Common Birds can include: Songbirds, Hummingbirds, Rock Pigeons, Mourning Doves, Swallows, Crows, Jays, and small waterbirds such as Gulls, Marbled Murrelets, and others.


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Ducks

Please remember that because we are a Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and Hospital, we cannot take domestic breeds like Muscovy or White Pekin ducks.


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Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey can include: Hawks, Owls, Eagles, and large waterfowl such as Herons, Egrets, Cormorant, and Canada Geese.


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Squirrels

There are four species of squirrels in the Bay area: Eastern Gray Squirrels, Eastern (Red) Fox Squirrels, California Ground Squirrels, and Western Gray Squirrels.


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Opossums

Opossums are the only marsupial in North America.


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Animals you should not handle yourself

These animals include: Raccoons, Coyotes, Fox, Deer, Bobcat, or Skunk


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Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley
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San Jose, CA 95132
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