gold country wildlife rescue

From road kill to soaring free: Helping human hands aid injured hawk

A red-shouldered hawk is lucky to be alive thanks to a Foresthill couple that spotted the bird dazed and in danger on Foresthill Road last month. Tom and Sue Stanley were in separa ...

Wild animal rescue group opening Loomis HQ

Gold Country Wildlife Rescue is opening its first intake center and – in a growth mode – looking for a few good volunteers. The 28-year-old organization has always relied on h ...

Deer friend:After 30 years in the building industry, Auburn-area woman is giving back by rehabilitating fawns

With 30 years in the building industry, Diane Nicholas has seen the changes in the foothills and watched as houses replaced habitat for animals that once called it home. From her ...

Goose on the loose: Lake of the Pines faces a flock of problems with bird population

The Canada geese in the Lake of the Pines pond are making a ripple effect that extends past the shoreline. The geese are considered a nuisance by many residents of the gated comm ...

Rescuers brace for seasonal surge of abandoned wildlife

The trickle of infant animals found on wilderness trails or urban backyards and taken in by Gold Country Wildlife Rescue volunteers will soon turn into a flood. It's mating season ...