Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release - Sarvey Wildlife Care Center's dual mission: wildlife rehabilitation and education.
Sarvey Wildlife Care Center is a 501(c)3 recognized non-profit organization and was established in 1981 in Everett, WA, with a handful of patients from the local neighborhood.
Eventually it became necessary to find a larger facility and property, and a new home was found for the center in Arlington, WA. In 1995, Sarvey Wildlife took in just 992 animals. By 2009, the annual intake was over 4,000 animals.
Sarvey Wildlife Care Center operates the only wildlife ambulance service in the area, serving Snohomish, King, and Pierce counties. Injured and orphaned animals find their way to our clinic for assessment and treatment. Those animals that can be rehabiliated are provided with medical care, food, and shelter until they can be successfully returned to their native habitat.
Our education team offers programs for schools and organizations about wildlife conservation. Several gloved trained non-releasable raptors (including eagles) are used to teach the public about the importance of our area wildlife.
Rescue, Rehabiliate, and Release - Sarvey Wildlife Care Center depends on public donations to provide this service to both area residents and the wildlife patients they find in need of help.
Volunteers make up the majority of our workforce. If you would like to volunteer, please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your donation makes our mission possible. Thank you for your support.