Smartspace is dedicated to giving back to our community as well as helping local animal organizations in need.
Join us as we partner up with Project WildLife to assist the many injured, orphaned or sick wild animals throughout San Diego County!
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The mission of Project Wildlife is to improve the quality of life for local wildlife and the community as the primary resource for animal rehabilitation and conservation education.
Since 1972, Project Wildlife's dedicated staff and volunteers have given injured, orphaned and sick wild animals a second chance at life. This commitment to helping wild animals has grown tremendously and Project Wildlife is now one of the largest wildlife rehabilitation organizations in the country. Our medical staff and volunteers help 8,000-10,000 birds and mammals each year and have cared for more than 320 species to-date.
Project Wildlife is a critical community resource for residents and businesses in San Diego County, one of the most biologically diverse areas in the United States with the greatest number of endangered species. People from all over the county bring wildlife patients to Project Wildlife for care and many local businesses such as landscaping companies, government agencies (e.g. Animal Services, CalTrans, SDPD), and animal organizations (e.g. SD Zoo, SD Humane Society, SeaWorld), depend on the life- saving services provided by Project Wildlife.
Project Wildlife employs less than fifteen full-time and part-time/seasonal staff. The organization's cadre of more than 600 volunteers donates thousands of hours per year to care for injured, orphaned and sick wildlife. In addition to Project Wildlife's Triage Center, there are more than 70 satellite care sites, facilitated by volunteer rehabilitators who work tirelessly, 24 hours a day 365 days a year, to provide pre-release care in their homes or on their property. There are more than 10 different animal teams, all trained to care for specific animals (e.g. rabbits, raptors, raccoons). More than 10% of current volunteers have been with Project Wildlife for over a decade.