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Two Little Spotted Skunks come into Care

Arizona is home to four different skunk species. The most common, and the one most people are familiar is the striped skunk. We also have the hooded skunk, the hog nose skunk and the seldom seen spotted skunk.Recently Tucson Wildlife Center received into care two adorable Western spotted skunk babies! Like all skunk species, spotted…

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Orphans find help at TWC

Typically one thinks of spring as the time for a wildlife baby boom, but in the last couple of weeks, Tucson Wildlife Center has taken in five orphaned or displaced baby animals that could not be returned to their parents in the wild. Last week Tucson Wildlife Center took in a bobcat kitten  found by…

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Baby Bat comes into care at Tucson Wildlife Center

a-Da-Da-Da-Dada-Bat Baby!! A few week ago,TWC received into care,a small,naked,,blind little bat..Now that he’s a bit older,and has those amazing EARS,we’ve discovered he’s an adorable baby Pallid Bat!!Pallid bats are considered a common species (although this is the first I’ve seen!) throughout the West,up the coastline,and up into Canada.Those huge ears help them find their…

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Coyote Euthanized after being found shot on the East side

TUCSON –The young coyote who was found last week in an Eastside neighborhood with gunshot injuries has died, according to Tucson Wildlife Center. On June 28, a concerned resident called Arizona Game and Fish Department on Tuesday to report an injured coyote at the corner of North Tanque Verde Loop Road and East Speedway Boulevard….

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Reward offerred for information on Wounded Coyote

Supporters of the Tucson Wildlife Center are offering a reward for information that leads to the person responsible for shooting a coyote in a residential area near North Tanque Verde Loop Road and East Speedway Boulevard. According to a news release, a concerned resident called the Arizona Game and Fish Department on Tuesday, June 28,…

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Wilbur and Wilma

  Wilbur and Wilma have loved each other their whole lives, 10 years now. Wilbur, a three week old kitten was the lone survivor of a bulldozer that was blading the desert for a new shopping mall. The dozer driver and his young son drove 20 miles to Tucson Wildlife Center where the boy, with…

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