Linnaea Furlong is originally from Colorado, but ended up in California after college due to a long train of events involving angora goats. She learned about wildlife rehabilitation when she was six and a wildlife rehabilitator talked to her girl scout troop, but didn’t realize it could be a career until she saw an ad on Craigslist for Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue. She was hired there and several years later is now the Wildlife Rescue Manager at Napa Wildlife Rescue. In her free time she likes hiking, birding, cooking, and crafting. She has a hard time picking her favorite species to work with but enjoys baby birds of all species, owls, and corvids. She finds the collaboration between wildlife rehabilitation organizations to be one of the strongest resources we have and hopes to continue to foster it through CCWR.