Humane Society warns San Diegans against summer tree-trimming

Elizabeth Alvarez was live with Lauren DuBois, Director of Wildlife Rehabilitation with Project Wildlife, who urged San Diegans to hold off on tree-trimming until autumn and keep an eye out for injured birds.

Project Wildlife is a program of San Diego Humane Society. The organizations merged in 2014 to ensure the continuity of saving the most vulnerable animals in San Diego: injured wildlife. They provide the necessary care for all animals in San Diego, companion animals and wildlife.

Project Wildlife cares for 10,000 injured, orphaned and sick wild animals throughout the County each year with the goal of returning healthy animals to the wild.

San Diego is in the top 10 most bio-diverse cities in the world – with 320 different wildlife species.

For more information on Project Wildlife and the San Diego Humane Society, visit:

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