Tips for Co-Existing with Wildlife
Stephanie Ellis, Executive Director
Wild Care, Inc. 10 Smith Ln. Eastham, MA
Bay Area Bird-Related Supplies and Nest Boxes:
Los Gatos Birdwatcher (store), Los Gatos
Bird-related supplies, including bird food, feeders, nesting and roosting boxes
Wildlife Rehabilitation Near You!
Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley, San Jose: https://wcsv.org
Wildlife Care Center – Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA, Burlingame: https://phs-spca.org/wildlife/
Native Animal Rescue of Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz: https://www.nativeanimalrescue.org
Planting a Native Wildlife Garden:
California Native Plant Society
Audubon Native Plants Database:
https://www.audubon.org/native-plants Find native plants for your location (type in your zip code) and which species of birds they may attract.
Reducing Avian Window Strikes:
American Bird Conservancy: “Stop Birds Hitting Windows” https://abcbirds.org/get-involved/bird-smart-glass/
American Bird Conservancy: “Better for cats, better for birds, better for people”
Catio World: “A Guide to Outdoor Cat Enclosures” https://bit.ly/2ZOyjyX
Cat Goods, Inc.: “The CatBib Stops Cats from Killing Birds: https://catgoods.com//
Just Say NO to Rodenticides:
Raptors are the Solution: https://www.raptorsarethesolution.org
Preferred Pest Control Products, by Raptors Are The Solution: https://www.raptorsarethesolution.org/preferred-pest-control-products/
Natural Rat Repellents, by HomeTipsWorld: https://www.tipsbulletin.com/natural-rat-repellent/
Cornell Lab of Ornithology – “Right Bird, Right House”
Select your region and habitat, to determine which types of birds you can attract, and which boxes you need.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology – “How to Make a Safe and Successful Home for our Feathered Friends” (All about nest boxes and nest structure.)
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Wild Care has a state-of-the-art seabird therapy pool, which allows seabirds and waterfowl to exercise on running water. This will help our bird friends recover more quickly so they can get back to their watery habitats!