The mission of the Sulphur Creek Nature Center is to instill a sense of responsibility for the welfare of our world by bringing people and animals closer together through wildlife rehabilitation and education. What We Do.. Wildlife RehabilitationThe staff and volunteers of Sulphur Creek help to take care of hundreds of native wild animals that are sick, orphaned, or injured.
Join us in celebrating 20 years of owl releases through Sulphur Creek's wildlife rehabilitation event, Flight to Freedom. Enjoy an enchanting evening under the stars with fine wines, beer, coffee, music, and a wonderful meal. As a highlight to the evening, you will witness the release of young owls raised through Sulphur creek's Wildlife Rehabilitation program. Take part in the behind-the-scenes tours, live animal appearances, and an opportunity to participate in an amazing silent auction.
This is a fundraising event benefiting the wildlife education and rehabilitation programs of Sulphur Creek Nature Center. Tickets are $80 and are available by calling (510) 881-6747 daily after 10am. Must be at least 21 to attend.
FREE Summer Events
Critter Storytelling: Stories Under the Oaks Free for children ages 2-6 years and their caregivers.
Join master storyteller Mrs. Rice (aka the Story Witch) in a free story time adventure. Let your children curl up on their favorite blanket under the old oaks and immerse themselves into a critter fantasy world. Stories will be accompanied with meeting live story critters up close!