Shasta Wildlife Rescue Celebrates National Forest Week with Special Event


In celebration of National Forest Week, the Shasta Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Center is hosting a special event on Saturday, July 13th, from 10-11:30 am at the Old Station Visitor Information Center. The event is aimed to educate the public about the center’s efforts in rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing sick, orphaned, and injured wildlife in Northern California.

The event highlights the importance of community involvement in conservation efforts. The center is known for its dedication to wildlife conservation, The Visitor Information Center, located at 13435 Brian’s Way near the 44/89 junction, the center offers services including wood and campfire permits, campground information, and educational resources, making it a vital part of the local community.

National Forest Week serves as a reminder of the beauty and importance of preserving natural habitats.

For more information about Shasta Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation and how to get involved, visit their website or the Old Station Visitor Information Center, open Thursday to Monday from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.