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Welcome to the Facility for Animal Care & Treatment on the California State University Bakersfield Campus

FACT's mission is to serve as a wildlife rescue, conservation, & education project for California State University Bakersfield.

Local wildlife, especially birds of prey, and endangered species, the school and the community have benefited from FACT since 1975.

California State University, Bakersfield

Biology Department 9001 Stockdale Highway Bakersfield, CA 93311-1099 Telephone (661) 654-3167 Fax (661) 654-6956 Bird Rescue Hotline (661) 654-BIRD

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Our Facilities are located within the Environmental Studies Area-ESA of the CSUB Campus.
Dr. David Germano is the Director of FACT and ESA;  Ms. Marlene Hensley
is the Coordinator of ESA/FACT. Students and volunteers help in the daily operation of the facility under Ms. Hensley.

Friends of FACT support the wildlife rehabilitation aspect of our program by sales of items at our monthly open house and annual barbecue. Join the fun, become a friend of FACT. Our effectiveness is dependent upon our members, donors and benefactors.

All information contained on this site is copyrighted to and the sole property of FACT and California State University, Bakersfield. All rights reserved. Photographs are the property of the individual credited. No permission to use any of these images is expressed or implied, please contact the photographer for permission.

Site design and maintenance donated by Nature Ali. Nature Ali is a non-profit person who provides extensive natural history information about Kern County and central California.