Wildlife Waystation

http://wildlifewaystation.org/

Twitter: @WildlifeWays

We play together like…this!


@DiannaAgron came for her second visit to the Waystation yesterday. We brainstormed about how to help encourage more (and much needed) funding. She loves animals as much as we do. 

@DiannaAgron came for her second visit to the Waystation yesterday. We brainstormed about how to help encourage more (and much needed) funding. She loves animals as much as we do. 

A funny video of Bianca. 

This is Bianca. She’s a Crab-eating Macaque, but this does not mean she likes seafood. And she much prefers being around men than women. 

This is Bianca. She’s a Crab-eating Macaque, but this does not mean she likes seafood. And she much prefers being around men than women. 

Wild tigers, some of the best loved big cats are at a low. As little as 3,200 remain. They are competing for space with humans, and poachers and hunters mercilessly take them down as the cats loose more and more habitat of their own. Will our future generations be able to see these beautiful creatures in anything more than a picture?

Wild tigers, some of the best loved big cats are at a low. As little as 3,200 remain. They are competing for space with humans, and poachers and hunters mercilessly take them down as the cats loose more and more habitat of their own. Will our future generations be able to see these beautiful creatures in anything more than a picture?

More about us:

Founded in 1976 by wildlife lover and expert Martine Colette, the Wildlife WayStation is a national non-profit, holding rehabilitation, medical and problem solving refuge for native, wild and exotic animals. Located in the Angeles National Forest, north of the San Fernando Valley, the Wildlife WayStation is a safe haven for both native and exotic wildlife and is dedicated to their rescue, rehabilitation and relocation.

These animals come from all over the world and from many different situations. The WayStation’s long-standing commitment is to accept any animal, no matter what the problem, free of charge and with no reservations. In short, no wild or exotic animal in need is ever turned away.

Since its inception, the Wildlife WayStation has provided shelter and care to over 75,000 animals. The 160-acre enclave is one of the only licensed facilities of its kind in the United States. The Wildlife WayStation was created in response to the lack of existing facilities designed to help and house wild and exotic animals.

The refuge is a 24 hour-a-day, seven day-a-week operation, which provides the animals with everything from hospital facilities and medicine, to nurturing and TLC. The WayStation is devoted to returning native wildlife to its natural habitat whenever possible.

Everyone loves a good face rub. Case in point. 

It’s easy to let the animals do all the talking. 

It’s easy to let the animals do all the talking.