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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.

Tucson Wildlife Center would like to extend a sincere Thank You to everyone as our 2024 Benefit was a big success!

We want to thank the Tucson Community, once again, for showing your support of our Mission, of Rescue, Emergency Medical Care, and Rehabilitation, of injured and orphaned wildlife in Tucson and Southern Arizona, along with education on coexistence with our wildlife.

We are fortunate to live in an area that is rich in wildlife, literally, in our backyard. Your support this year makes a difference in the lives of thousands of helpless wild animals in Southern Arizona. Once again you have shown the heart of the Tucson community.

Caring for our wildlife makes Tucson, Southern Arizona, and our world a better place.

Thank you!

The Latest From Our Blog

Patient of the Week: 07/19/24

Patient of the Week: 07/19/24

TWC’s Foster Parents Tucson Wildlife Center is dedicated to the rescue, emergency medical care and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned, and sick wildlife. While it is always our goal to release……

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Patient of the Week: 07/12/24

Patient of the Week: 07/12/24

Baby Black-tailed Jackrabbit Desert cottontail or jackrabbit? Rabbit or hare? These were the questions at Tucson Wildlife Center this week. Found alone and on a sidewalk in an urban area,……

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Patient of the Week: 07/05/24

Patient of the Week: 07/05/24

Pizza box owl gets released! A heartwarming moment unfolded recently as a great horned owl, that first arrived at Tucson Wildlife Center as a fledgling in a pizza box, was……

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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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