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Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley gives sick and orphaned animals a second chance

By Whitney Mountain | 18 Jan 2011

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The Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley was established in 1993, licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game, to provide veterinary attention to injured, sick, and orphaned wild species in the Bay Area. Mostly operated by volunteers, the center treats an average of 4,000 animals a year, as well as offering community educational programs to teach people about coexisting with wildlife in the region.

The photos below offer a glimpse of the many animals that have gotten a second chance at the Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley.

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