Wildlife rescue, care and rehabilitation in Tuolumne County was
initiated about 20 years ago by Nina Huff. She took in a variety of
birds and mammals, and worked primarily alone with little help from
Along with local veterinarian,
Dr. Robert Pollard, DVM, who had a special interest in wildlife, they
cared for all the sick, injured or orphaned birds, fawns and other
wildlife that they could manage.
In 2002, with the leadership, guidance and persistence of Judy
Herring, Rose Wolf Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Center
incorporated, and became a 501c-3 non-profit, all volunteer
We are licensed by the California State Department of Fish &
Wildlife to care for injured and orphaned wildlife in Tuolumne
County. We specialize in caring for small mammals, such as
fawns, raccoons, opossums, rabbits, foxes and squirrels. We DO
NOT care for Birds. (See Links).
Rose Wolf Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Center is located in
Sonora, California at 22455 Vilas Lane. The animals are cared for
primarily at this facility, with additional help from community
Rose Wolf rescues, cares for and rehabilitates about 150 animals
each year, with many of them being returned to their natural
habitat to complete their life cycle.
|Rose Wolf Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Center
We are looking for continued support from the community, as we expand and enhance our facility as needed. We
will continue our community education with talks and enrichment programs where we train volunteers and educate
With the experience, knowledge and expertise from our Director, Nina Huff Resnik, Rose Wolf Wildlife Rescue &
Rehabilitation Center will continue to provide the best possible care for the wildlife in need in Tuolumne County.
|Copyright 2014 Rose Wolf Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Inc.
All rights reserved.
|A Non-Profit Organization Dedicated to Helping the Wildlife in Tuolumne County
22455 Vilas Ln.
Sonora, CA 95370
Ph: 209-588-1335 (Nina Resnik)