Location and Hours
The Bird Rescue Center is open 7 days a week,
365 days a year.
Baby Bird Season
[Mid-April to late August]: 8:00am to 7:00pm
Regular Hours [end of August to April]:
9:00am to 5:00pm
Bird Rescue Center
3430 Chanate Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
The Bird Rescue Center’s rehabilitation hospital and offices are located in the North East Santa Rosa area at 3430 Chanate Road, just east of Sutter Hospital.
At the sign for 3430 Chanate Road, immediately LOOK FOR A STREET SIGN FOR “COUNTY FARM DRIVE” and turn into that driveway. Follow the narrow curving one-way road around several county buildings until you see the signs for The Bird Rescue Center.
From points north, south
or west of Santa Rosa:
From Highway 101, take the Steele Lane/Guerneville Rd. exit. Drive East on Steele Lane to Mendocino Avenue. Turn left (north) onto Mendocino Avenue. Turn right (east) onto Chanate Road and continue up the hill to the stop light. Bear left at the light as you continue on Chanate Road past Sutter Hospital.
At the sign for 3430 Chanate Road, LOOK FOR A STREET SIGN MARKED “COUNTY FARM DRIVE” and right turn into that driveway. Follow the narrow curving road around several county buildings until you see the signs for “Bird Rescue Center”
From Rincon Valley and points
east of Santa Rosa:
From the intersection of Hwy 12 and Calistoga Road in east Santa Rosa (Rincon Valley) take Calistoga Road north to Montecito Blvd. Continue on Montecito Blvd traveling west past Mission Blvd. At Brush Creek Rd. continue straight (Montecito turns into Fountaingrove Parkway) up the hill. Take the first exit at Chanate Road. Continue on Chanate past Parker Hill Rd. As Chanate curves left start to look for the sign for 3430 Chanate Road. LOOK FOR A STREET SIGN MARKED “COUNTY FARM DRIVE” on the left, and turn into that driveway. Follow the narrow curving one-way road around several county buildings until you see the signs for “Bird Rescue Center”
EMERGENCY RESCUE INFO
If you have found a bird needing assistance, please bring it to The Bird Rescue Center during our public hours.
If you have found a bird needing assistance after hours and can keep the injured bird overnight, please follow these instructions.
- Do not give the bird food or water.
- Place the bird on a towel in a cardboard box, cover the box with another towel and place it in a warm, dark, quiet place overnight.
- In the morning, bring the bird to the Center.
For more detailed rescue information click here.