Tucson Wildlife Center

Rescue | Rehab | Release (520) 290-9453


Please call 520-290-9453 for any animal emergencies or questions you have.

Virtual education programs now available!

Hear incredible stories of wildlife resilience as Tucson Wildlife Center describes rescuing, providing emergency medical care and rehabilitating wildlife before their return to the wild. Programs also discuss wildlife coexistence and what to do if you find an injured animal.

Complete the form below to sign up for an education program.
Looking for a private program for your group? Complete the form below or email the Education Coordinator at education@tucsonwildlife.com.

Register for Tucson Wildlife Center's Virtual Education Program

Tucson Wildlife Center virtual education programs are 30 - 45 minutes long. Everyone is welcome! Tucson Wildlife Center does not charge for education programs, but donations are always needed and appreciated.
    All programs are 30-45 minutes long. You will be sent a Zoom meeting link by the Education Coordinator after you register. Please allow 24 hours to receive your confirmation email and link. If you register on the weekend, please allow until Monday for the email to arrive. Thank you!


There are no on-site education programs at this time.

On-site educational tours are typically offered October thru April and must be scheduled in advance. No walk-ins please. Donations are appreciated, but there is no fee. Please fill out the form below to contact the Education Coordinator to discuss your needs further or email education@tucsonwildlife.com.

Off-site education programs

Tucson Wildlife Center offers educational outreach programs for community groups, schools, and events in Tucson and surrounding areas. Programs focus on our mission of rescue, rehabilitation, and release of native wildlife that are injured, sick and orphaned. We also discuss the importance of coexistence and reducing human and wildlife conflicts. Our programs can be tailored to fit your organizations needs. We also table at events and can provide activities for all ages to enjoy.

Tucson Wildlife Center does not bring live animals off-site for presentations or events, no exceptions.

Please do not use this form to ask about an animal emergency. Please call 520-290-9453 for any animal emergencies or questions you have.

Contact the Education Coordinator

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For help and emergencies, please call our 24/7 helpline at (520) 290-9453.

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