Welcome

Our Mission:

As more people migrate from urban areas into wildlife habitat, the chances of interaction between humans and other species increase. Sometimes these encounters are enjoyable and positive, but often accidents happen that injure the wildlife. Wildlife Shelter, Inc. exists to respond to such injuries, providing a place for people to bring orphaned, injured or sick wildlife for treatment and release back to the wild.


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Sierra Wildlife Walks and Talks!

Take a walk on the Wild Side with host Connie Stevens and discover more about the wild creatures with whom we share our world. Dispell fear with knowledge and understanding of other species by an entertaining conversation with those who cohabitate with their wild neighbors peacefully. Join Wildlife Shelter, Inc. on Channel 6, your local community television, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday every week.

Truckee Tahoe Community Television Channel 6

      • Friday – 8:30 PM,
      • Saturday – 11 AM and 7:00
      • Sunday -11 AM and 7:30 PM

2013 June in Bloom

WSI Celebrates 25 Years of Community Service
June 29th from 11:30am to 4:30pm at the Tahoe City Golf Course 

A baby coyote being displayed to all who attended the 2012 June in Bloom fundraiser at Sunnyside Resort.

 

Dear Friend of WSI,

Wildlife Shelter, Inc. (WSI) is celebrating 25 years of continuous Community Service this year. And we hope that you will join us and other WSI supporters at our Annual June in Bloom celebration at the Tahoe City Golf Course. Our noon Critter Program, 1:00 Buffet Luncheon & Auction, and 2:15 Golf Tournament are on Saturday, June 29th from 11:30 to about 4:00 p.m.

WSI is an educational outreach program that is available for people of all ages through Schools, Summer Bike Trail Talks, Community Organizations, Clubs and Individualized Presentations. We remain available 24/7 to those who Care Enough to Call about local wildlife concerns and/or scheduling a Program. Our volunteer efforts assist displaced, orphaned, and injured wildlife and their finder’s with expert assistance in determining the best solution. And WSI has provided $42,ooo in College Intern Scholarships to date.

All proceeds from this event go directly to the support of this 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation WSI scholarships and the rescued exotic domestic animals in their immediate care for Educational Outreach. WSI is a volunteer organization.

We are asking individuals, local businesses and merchants to contribute an item(s) or services for our June in Bloom fundraising Auction. Your ideas are welcome. We would also greatly appreciate your attendance with us at our 25th Anniversary Celebration.

Please, take a moment and call 866 307-4216 today. Make your reservation and complete the form on the back of this page. Then, return it to us in the enclosed addressed envelope with your information regarding donations and attendance. This year we have special luncheon prices that include beverages and entertainment for you, your friends and family.

Your continued friendship and support are greatly appreciated.

Warm Personal Regards,
Wildlife Shelter, Inc. Board of Directors
Constance Stevens, Founder & CEO

Wildlife Shelter, Inc.,

Saturday Bike Trail Talks

Wildlife Shelter, Inc. announces its Summer Bike Trail Talks on the San Souci Bike Trail adjacent to the clinic and behind the Rockwood Lodge in Homewood starting the 4th of July and continuing through Labor Day; every Saturday from 12 noon to 1pm. Discussions will fill the air about local wildlife behavior, physiology, and biology.

Meet WSI’s 5 local residents who will teach attendees about their ancestors and distant cousins with a more personal touch.

Focusing on the forest, lake, creeks, and river with wildlife, join in the many topics about our delicate environmental balance upon which we all depend.

Click here for a complete schedule.


How You Can Help

  • Learn the Do’s and Don’ts of handling injured animals or their young.
    Wildlife Rescue Procedures
     
  • Support the Shelter.
    • Internship Program
      You can support the work of the Wildlife Shelter, Inc. by donating your time as a volunteer or through our internship program, donating building materials, or through financial support.
    • June In Bloom – WSI’s Annual Fundraiser!

How to reach Wildlife Shelter, Inc.

  • Emergencies
    If you have, or know of an injured wild animal in the Lake Tahoe basin, or surrounding area:
    call (530) 546-1211
  • For more information
    To learn more about the Shelter, contact:
    Constance Stevens, Director
    P.O. Box 226, Homewood, CA 96141
    Email Us

Click here for more wildlife information