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Our Mission

Tucson Wildlife Center is dedicated to the rescue, emergency medical care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife before return to the wild, while promoting education, habitat protection and coexistence with wildlife.

Please call us at 520-290-9453 (520-290-WILD) with wildlife questions or emergencies.

We are Southern Arizona’s only state-of-the-art wildlife hospital operating 24/7, 365 days a year.

We are dedicated to the rescue, emergency medical care and rehabilitation of Southern Arizona’s sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife before return to the wild.

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The Latest From Our Blog

Patient of the Week / Education Corner: 02/02/24

Patient of the Week / Education Corner: 02/02/24

Coyote Active Season If you have been seeing or hearing more coyotes lately, you are not alone. Late January through early March is the mating season for coyotes in Arizona….…

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Patient of the Week: 01/19/24

Patient of the Week: 01/19/24

Mexican Free-tailed Bats These two Mexican free-tailed bats have been warming up this week at Tucson Wildlife Center. Plummeting temperatures during the second week of January caused these winged mammals……

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Patient of the Week: 01/12/24

Patient of the Week: 01/12/24

Verdin This verdin, with distinctive yellow plumage, found himself in a sticky situation … trapped in grape jelly meant to attract larger birds such as orioles. Luckily for him, he……

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Get involved.

If you would like to help us achieve our mission to rescue sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife, become a volunteer or donate today.

Donate to the Center.

We greatly value all donations from the community. We receive no government funding. Any amount you can donate is greatly appreciated.

Community outreach.

Due to safety concerns for our staff and the public, Tucson Wildlife Center will not be hosting tours at this time. We will make you aware if and when this changes.

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