About Wildlife Waystation
The Wildlife Waystation, situated on 160 acres in California’s Angeles National Forest, is internationally recognized for its ongoing, charitable efforts to rescue and rehabilitate wild and exotic animals. Founded in 1976, the Waystation is committed to a two-fold mission: To rescue, rehabilitate, relocate, and provide sanctuary to wild and exotic animals from around the world, as well as native wildlife, and to educate the public about the global plight of wildlife, especially near cities. Along with the photos that are already there.
Recognition: Sam Oschkowsky