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Last updated 11/13/2017 at Noon



Assemblymember Marie Waldron

AD-75 (R)

California is a great state with a rich diversity of native wildlife. In the mid-1980's, I took Project Wildlife training as a native songbird rehabilitator, and have rescued many orphaned baby birds or injured adults through the decades.

This session my AB 1031, signed into law, creates the Native California Wildlife Rehabilitation Fund setting up voluntary tax return check offs providing resources to non-profits who rehab injured, orphaned or sick native wildlife.

So who do you call if you find or notice an injured or sick wild animal? D...



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