Wildlife WayStation

Founded in 1969, by Martine Colette, the Wildlife Waystation (WW) is a national, holding, rehabilitation, medical and problem solving refuge for wild and exotic animals. WW is a safe haven for both native and exotic wildlife and is dedicated to their rescue, rehabilitation and relocation. Since its inception, WW has provided shelter and care to over 75,000 animals, averaging more than 4,500 animals annually. 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 T.L.C. The Wildlife Waystation is noted for its effective wildlife education programs.

Website: wildlifewaystation.org
Address: 14831 Little Tujunga Canyon Road
Angeles National Forest, CA 91342