Tucson Wildlife Center

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Future Plans

A Letter from the Director

Dear Friends,

Changes are happening quickly at Tucson Wildlife Center, but all for the good. The first phase of our hospital is complete. We are now working on a capital campaign for the second phase which we plan to house an on-staff veterinarian and intern. This moves us one step closer to our ultimate goal of being a premier teaching hospital for mammal and avian wildlife medicine. With help from the public, we hope to achieve this within the next 1-2 years. The diversity of our Sonoran desert wildlife is inspiring and the preservation of it is a must!

Sincerely,

Dan Moxley
Acting Director, Tucson Wildlife Center

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

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