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Help Save a Bunny this Easter

These four, baby bunnies were rescued after a landscaper carelessly destroyed their nest. Before these young bunnies had a chance to grow up, their lives were turned upside down and they were taken away from their parents. Now they are being raised at our Orphanage, where our volunteers will bottle feed and care for them…

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AZ Gives Day is Tuesday, April 2, 2019!

Please support Tucson Wildlife Center’s mission to rescue, rehab and release wildlife by contributing on AZ Gives Day on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Be a part of the only wildlife hospital in Southern Arizona that provides emergency medical care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife before return to the wild, while promoting education,…

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New Hughes debit card aims to help Tucson wildlife

Hughes Federal Credit Union has created a new debit card that will benefit Tucson Wildlife Center! These beautiful cards were designed by Diana Madaras, a TWC supporter, local artist and philanthropist. For every card opened, Hughes will donate $5 to helping injured, sick and orphaned wildlife be rehabilitated before their return to the wild. Thank you…

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Our Annual Benefit Dinner is Almost Here!

*Pre-registration link for attendees will be emailed February 25th, and will be closed on February 28th, at 5 p.m.*  Save the Date! Sunday, March 3rd from 4:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Skyline Country Club. Tucson Wildlife Center’s annual benefit dinner is right around the corner! With operation costs for the Center reaching over $1,000 a day…

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Thank you Tucson! Our annual benefit was a record-breaker!

Thanks to the support of sponsors, donors, committee members and volunteers, Tucson Wildlife Center’s annual benefit at Skyline Country Club on Feb. 25 was a great success! Proceeds from the sold-out dinner and auction will cover a portion of the Center’s annual operating costs. Tucson Wildlife Center anticipates taking in nearly 3,500 animals this year,…

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Save The Date!

2018 Tucson Wildlife Center Benefit – Born to Be Wild! Sunday, February 25, 2018 Skyline Country Club, 5-9 P.M. To purchase tickets, please call Kim at: (520) 290-WILD (9453) or (520) 468-9839 Email: admin@tucsonwildlife.com Tickets $150.00/person Last year sold out, so don’t delay! (Sponsorship opportunities also available.) If you cannot attend, please consider a donation…

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Thank You TEP!

A great big THANK YOU to Tucson Electric Power for giving Tucson Wildlife Center a Community Impact Grant. Your generosity will save the lives of many, many wild creatures. We at TWC appreciate your support!

Earth Day April 22nd 2017 – Save Our Desert!

Here at Tucson Wildlife Center ,our Logo says it all: “Rescue, Rehab Release” At the end of this process ,one of the biggest challenges  we face is finding safe havens to release our patients back into the wild. We cannot just release an animal back into the wild ,and hope for the best; an ideal…

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Easter Bunnies!- Do’s and Don’ts

Easter is just around the corner, and your child is begging you for a bunny. Please, do your research before making such an important decision. They may not be the best pet, especially for families with young children.   Wild or domestic, rabbits — especially baby rabbits — are darn near irresistible. What a lot of people don’t realize, however, is a pet rabbit can live…

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Tucson Wildlife Center Caring for Owl Nestlings

Tucson Wildlife Center has taken in four fuzzy-looking, white Great Horned Owl nestlings in the last week. The unusually high temperatures earlier in March, seen only in mid-May, have caused parasites to hatch two months early and attack the nestlings, forcing them to bail out of their nests to escape, said Lisa Bates, Founder and…

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Wildlife experts concerned about animal shootings in neighborhoods

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) – Officials with the Tucson Wildlife Center are concerned after seeing an uptick of animals being shot and killed in neighborhoods. So far this year, 35 animals have been found dead — up five from 2015. “It is surprising how many animals are being shot illegally,” said Lisa Bates, founder and executive…

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