Skunks are legendary for their powerful predator-deterrent, horrible-smelling spray. These animals have adapted very well to urban areas and frequently live under sheds and in crawl spaces, much to the annoyance of the homeowner. Unfortunately, it is illegal to relocate these beautiful creatures to a more “wild” area and learning how to co-exist is the best solution. Orphaned babies can be brought to Project Wildlife but nuisance adults should be handled with a phone call to Wildlife Extraction.

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Each year Project Wildlife gives a second chance to over 11,000 wild creatures. All types of wild land and sea birds, as well as all wild land mammals, can be helped by Project Wildlife.




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Custer Street
San Diego, CA 92110
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Staff/Volunteer hours: 9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Drop-off area is open 24/7.

To speak to a representative during business hours 10am - 6pm, call 619-299-7012.
For after-hours emergencies, call your local police department or San Diego Humane Society's Humane Law Dispatch 619-243-3466.

Outside of San Diego County?
If you are outside of our geographical area, please visit the emergency page of Wildlife International or contact your local Department of Animal Control or state Fish and Game office.

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