Many wildlife and seal animals are now on the brink of extinction, the sad reality is that many animals are endangered now and there is a lot we can do to help them. The United States is home to some of this endangered species. Saving these endangered seal and wildlife animals are essential for other to ensure continuity of their lives and keep the remaining animals from going into extinct. Wildlife and seal rescue centres are set up all around the US with focus on safeguarding, protecting and treating animals under potent threat due to illegal wildlife trade, pollution or habitat destruction. Here are some of the seal and wildlife rescue centres in the US looking out for the plight of seal and wildlife.


The California Wildlife Centre is located in California and has been responsible for the protection of native wildlife by conservation, rehabilitation, and education. They are dedicated to rescue and rehabilitate native California species that might suffer from the effects of habitat destruction, encroachment, and other environmental damage. They have state of the art animal care and rehabilitation facilities, professionally-trained staff, dedicated volunteers with an engaged community for the rehabilitation and rescue of injured, sick and orphaned native wildlife. CWC adopts the habitat protection practices for the environment and ensures imperilled wildlife have proper access to rehabilitative and medical services.


Founded in 1981, PAWS Wildlife Centre has catered for over 128,000 wild animals. Their primary aim is to rehabilitate and care for injured, sick and orphaned wildlife, restore them to normal health and return them to the wild as members of the native community. They are one of the two centres in the US able to rehabilitate and take care of marine mammals, primary harbour seals.  They have a veterinary and rehabilitation team that continues to step up to the challenge of providing superior and professional care for over 260 species including hummingbirds, otters, bears, and eagles. They are available 365 days a year to provide immediate, continual veterinary services and expertise. PAWS wildlife centre is also internationally known for education, training programs, and high-quality animal care. Students and professionals from all around the world visit PAW for rehabilitation pieces of training.


The human society has been active with animal rescue right from its inception. Their primary aim is to prevent cruelty to animals by looking out for a more humane world for both animals and human. They adopt a hands-on service and care that brings relief and comfort to over 100,000 animals every year. The Human society combats animal cruelty on a global range to end practices, such as animal fighting, puppy mills, factory farming, horse cruelty, seal slaughter, wildlife trade among others. They have emergency placement partners that help them find homes for many animals rescued from abuse, cruelty, and neglect. If you have a shelter or rescue group, you can get involved with them for the good of seal and wildlife both near and far.