The Suisun Wildlife Center serves as a sanctuary for injured wildlife and a place where people can learn about the natural world of the Suisun Marsh.
It is located at the foot of Kellogg Street next to the Suisun City boat ramp. The center’s predecessor, the Wildlife Rescue and Release Services, began in 1977.
The center relies heavily on volunteers who do presentations and escort field trips.
It is also home to about a dozen non-releaseable raptors, raccoons, coyotes and other animals that help with the staff’s wildlife education program.
Location: 1171 Kellogg St., Suisun City
More information: 707-429-4295, www.suisunwildlife.org