Help us care for the beautiful birds that desperately need our care!
These birds hatched this spring, and this is the first time they’ve attempted the migration route along California’s coast that they will follow for the rest of their lives.
Flying long distances is exhausting, and it takes considerable reserves of body fat and muscle. The hawks we admit to WildCare this time of year are emaciated (thin) and dehydrated, indicating that they may not have built up the reserves needed for travel, or they’re not successfully hunting along the way.
These beautiful raptors deserve the chance to fly free and finish their migrations. Only WildCare (with YOUR help!) can give them that chance.