We are Southern Arizona’s only state-of-the-art wildlife hospital running 24/7, 365 days a year.
We are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of Southern Arizona’s injured or orphaned wildlife.
For Help or Emergencies, please call us at 520-290-9453 (520-290-WILD)
Renested and it feels so good!
These adorable nestling great horned owls fell out of their nest at a country club and were found by a caring groundskeeper who brought them to TWC.
They were dehydrated and bruised from their fall. After a couple of days in rehabilitation, it was time to take them back to their nest to be raised by their parents. When volunteers went to put the owls back in the nest, they saw that they could not reach it. So, they made a new nest using a plastic crate. They filled it with twigs and grasses and attached it onto a lower branch. The following day, TWC volunteers visited the nest to see if the parents had returned to care for their young ones. They were happy to find the parents feeding their young.
All raptors and birds spend time on the ground learning to fly. It’s an important part of their development. However, animals can become injured after falling from their nests. If you are concerned for the safety or health of a bird, call TWC at 520-290-WILD (9453).
Be involved. Rescue.
We are always seeking help from the public to achieve our mission of saving every life we get. From donations to event planning to volunteering, we are grateful for aid from the Southern Arizona community.
Donate to the Center.
We greatly appreciate any donation from the community. We hope to reach our goal in order to expand the hospital to help more animals and teach the community about rescuing wildlife.
We want the Southern Arizona community to know as much of our mission as possible. We allow guided tours of the facility by appointment only and will give educational talks at your institution. For information on our community outreach, please