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NEW AFTER HOURS PATIENT DROP-OFF: We’re excited to announce that we have partnered with Veterinary Emergency Group (VEG) in San Ramon, which will provide after-hours care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife including animals like this black-tailed jackrabbit until it can be transported to our rehabilitation hospital.

Veterinary Emergency Group will accept intakes between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 a.m. at their office at 2431 San Ramon Valley Blvd in San Ramon, and provide triage and care until the animal can be brought to our hospital. Veterinary Emergency Group will also accept animals on days when our hospital is closed to patient intakes such as holidays and in-service days. Please call VEG at (925) 718-7771 before dropping off a patient. Visit https://bit.ly/3mc802g to learn more. Thank you for helping wildlife.

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THE EDUCATION CHALLENGE: A hidden gem of our education program is the Natural History Collection, which contains over 7,000 unique specimens. Natural history collections play an important role in protecting and documenting biodiversity by providing historical data on evolutionary changes, population genetics, and the environmental impacts of climate change. But this invaluable program is in dire need of resources.

That's why, in order to help us move closer to the final December 31 goal of the Reimagine Campaign, we launched the Education Challenge, which seeks to raise an additional $120,000 by November 1. With your help, we have raised $35,330 towards that goal! Your donation today will allow us to continue to foster a love of nature in the wildlife conservation leaders of tomorrow through our education programs. Visit https://bit.ly/3ByE1a4 to donate. Thank you for your support!

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