Serving Solano County since 1977

Natural History Association

The Suisun Marsh Natural History Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit volunteer organization, dedicated to the rescue of native California wildlife and to the preservation of the Suisun Marsh, working through the dual avenues of wildlife rescue & release and environmental education.  Our efforts are funded by your donations!

Sandra Emanuelson DVM Memorial Wildlife Center - dedicated 1987

Environmental Education Program

We offer a wide variety of presentations and field trips that are a favorite for small and large groups alike and our Suisun Marsh Environmental Program is part of the annual curriculum in the local school districts.  Our fees are very reasonable and support our wildlife care activities.

ball Would you like to enhance the education of your children's group or class with one of our programs?

Are you looking for a good program for an organizational meeting? 

Call us to set up your schedule. 707.429.4295

Suisun Wildlife Center

If you find an injured or orphaned wild animal
in Solano County, call:
707-429-HAWK (4295)

Summer Hours: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm daily
Winter Hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily
707-429-4295 (HAWK)

Before you call us or rescue an animal... Click here !!
You may be able to reunite babies with their mother !

News and Events


Visit the Wildlife Center on

- hosted by Wildlife Center volunteer, Jennifer Gasser

You can help with the Wildlife Rescue activities by volunteering, or by sending a secure donation through PAYPAL.  We receive no government funding and rely on your donations to support the costs of wildlife care.  It takes only $155 a day to operate the Center.

Please send whatever you can afford.  Donations of any amount are welcome. 

Additional Options

Paypal takes a reasonable 2.9% + $0.30, which amounts to $0.59 on a $10.00 donation and $3.20 on a $100.00 donation.  We'll take whatever's left over!

Thank you so much for your support.  California's Wildlife Depends On Your Help!



- find our what birds are being seen in the local area.

Membership Information 

Board of Directors 

Local Maps 

Information Request page



On your way to the Wildlife Center,
come and visit Historic Suisun City!


Suisun Marsh facing Fairfield & Suisun City - Twin Sisters peak on the right

WAIT!  Before you contact us: if you have found an injured or orphaned wild animal, please do not send an email - call the Wildlife Center and refer to the Tips page. 
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On Line since December 1994 SMNHA
Information subject to change - please call or Email for verification.  Last update - (05/05/16)