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Rescue · Rehab · Release

Have you found sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife along the Oregon Coast?

503-338-0331 Wildlife Rescue Hotline

Give us a call and we’ll do our best to help. If we don’t answer, please leave a message and we’ll return your call as soon as possible.


Coming Up

Founder's Night
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October 13 | 5PM - 7PM
Seaside Civic & Convention Center

Summer Camp

Jr. Naturalists

Summer Camp
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Explore Outdoors
Welcoming students grades 1-8

Visit Us

A Wild Journey

Visit Us!
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Choose from two unique, unforgettable experiences.

Volunteers Needed

Do you love wildlife?

Volunteers Needed
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We're looking for dedicated individuals to join our reception and animal care volunteer teams.

Online Store

Hoodies, shirts, totes & stickers!

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Sale proceeds directly support the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of local, native wildlife.


We couldn't do it without you!

Helping Wildlife more than 24 Years
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We rely on the generosity of public donations and foundation grants to fund everything we do.

Membership Program

Are you wild at heart?

Membership Program
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Stay informed, and play a key role in local wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and conservation education!​

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Seals & Sea Lions

Please report stranded marine mammals to the Seaside Aquarium at 503-738-6211.

Deer & Elk

Please report adult deer & elk to the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife.


Due to funding limitations we are not currently permitted to admit raccoons.


We are legally allowed to admit non-native species for humane euthanasia only.

Volunteers are the Heart of our Organization

Join Us in Wildlife Care!

We began as an all-volunteer organization, and still rely on the help of our 80+ person volunteer team to accomplish all that we do.

Volunteering Opportunities

No Experience Necessary!

Donation Squares

Be a part of

Our Mission

“Promoting compassion, empathy, and respect for all life through wildlife rehabilitation, wildlife conservation, and ecological teachings.”

Consider providing a life saving gift.



Animals Rescued


Years in Service




Members Nationwide

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Meet Cormie & Melisa!

Melisa and Cormie at the Wildlife Center
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