San Francisco Rescued Orphan Mammal Program
SF ROMP is dedicated to preserving and enhancing San Francisco’s rich biodiversity and increasing public appreciation of our native wildlife.
SF ROMP provides care for San Francisco’s injured and orphaned wild mammals (skunks, opossums, raccoons, etc.) with the goal of releasing them back to the wild. San Francisco’s Animal Care and Control Officers (415-554-9400) respond to calls of all animals in distress and bring wild mammals to us for care. Wild birds are taken out of county for care.
We also provide people with assistance when wildlife conflicts arise, through our website and SF ROMP’s wildlife hotline (415-350-9453). We provide solutions that are humane for both people and wildlife.
We are a community-supported, volunteer organization, licensed by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.