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Patient of the Week: Baby raccoons

Three very lucky baby raccoons were recently rescued and brought to Tucson Wildlife Center, where they will grow up together until old enough to be released back to the wild….

Millions for Tucson Raffle 2022

Once again, Tucson Wildlife Center is participating in The Jim Click Millions For Tucson Raffle. This is the 13th Click Raffle since 2003, and just one of the many ways…

Patient of the Week: Coyote Pups

A property owner in Tubac found this injured female coyote pup off a side road by the highway and called Tucson Wildlife Center late after hours. Our rescuer Justin drove…

Birdsbesafe.com – keeping birds safe

Sharing a site to help keep our birds safe when our house cats explore outside. https://www.birdsbesafe.com/ You can find these on Amazon for $11.99, which are made by the same…

Patient Timeline: Baby Barn Owls

Tucson Wildlife Center – Patient Timeline Tucson Wildlife Center received these baby barn owls on March 30th after they were found between bales of hay in a truck that was…

Patient of the Week: Gopher Snake

This Gopher Snake has been quite the survivor before coming to Tucson Wildlife Center. He was discovered in a backyard with a kink in his body and brought into TWC…

Patient of the Week: Bubba and Otto

All of us at Tucson Wildlife Center want to thank everyone for participating in Arizona Gives. It means a lot to us and we wouldn’t be here without you. This…

AZ Gives Day is here!!!

Arizona Gives Day is here, the 24 hours are from noon Tuesday to noon Wednesday. Please remember Tucson Wildlife Center! We are the ONLY wildlife hospital in Southern Arizona, there…

Coming soon: Arizona Gives Day 2022

Arizona Gives Day, April 5, 2022 The annual Arizona Gives Day is on Tuesday, April 5 (noon) through Wednesday, April 6 (noon). Tucson Wildlife Center wants to celebrate our beloved…

Arizona Gives Day, April 5, 2022

Mark your calendars! The annual Arizona Gives Day is on Tuesday, April 5 (noon) through Wednesday, April 6 (noon)      Tucson Wildlife Center wants to celebrate our beloved Wilbur. We thought…

Patient of the Week: Common Raven

Earlier this month, Tucson Wildlife Center admitted this raven after being found on the ground not able to fly. Coming all the way from Sierra Vista, one of our amazing…

Patient of the Week: Anna’s Hummingbird

Tucson Wildlife Center is seeing increasing amounts of young wildlife being admitted to the hospital. This time of the year is when the majority of animals such as cottontails, doves,…

Tribute to Wilbur the Bobcat

Tucson Wildlife Center wants to pay tribute to our beloved Wilbur, who passed last January. Wilbur came to us over 16 years ago, as a 3-week-old kitten, with a head…

TUCSON WILDLIFE CENTER PSA:

Vultures Under Fire Within the last month, Tucson Wildlife Center has received multiple vultures (Black Vultures & Turkey Vultures) that have been affected by wildlife shooting in some capacity. Shown…

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