WILDLIFE CARE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

"KEEP IT WILD"

aka WILDLIFE CARE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA   |   Simi Valley, CA   |  www.wildlifecareofsocal.org

Mission

Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned native wildlife, as well as educate the public on how to co exist with our wild neighbors. Our volunteers specialize in one or more species and operate as a team of dedicated and highly trained individuals.We work very closely with veterinarians and Department of Fish and Wildlife on emerging diseases. Beyond the immediate benefit of helping wildlife in need, WCSC provides a valuable service to the entire community by making help accessible to those who find wildlife in distress.

Ruling year info

1995

Director

Miss Anna Marie Reams

Main address

352 Genial Ct

Simi Valley, CA 93065 USA

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Formerly known as

WILDLIFE CARE OF VENTURA COUNTY

EIN

77-0390358

NTEE code info

Wildlife Preservation/Protection (D30)

Natural Resource Conservation and Protection (C30)

Single Organization Support (G11)

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"UNDER DOG' Coyotes with Mange

We are starting a pilot program and applying for a Scientific Permit from the DFW to take samples from coyotes with mange that we get in or that are captured in the field. There have been no studies conducted on this affliction in coyotes and it is on the rise.
When toxins enter the body, they are metabolized by the liver or kidneys.
After long-term exposure to toxins or short-term exposure to high amounts of toxins,
these organs can sustain damage, allowing toxins to build up in the blood and cause
severe symptoms and a depleted immune system which predisposes animals to
secondary infections and parasites (Mange Mites) are just a few. Testing for toxins in
the blood can be done with several blood tests.
Outcomes: Finding a Cause...Education for the Cure

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WILDLIFE CARE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Board of directors
as of 10/22/2017
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Anna Reams

Wildlife Care of Southern California

Anna Reams

Deena Peck

James Hunter