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Patient of the Week: 06/23/23

Wildlife Babies Baby bobcats, coyotes, and javelina, oh my! Tucson Wildlife Center is currently seeing an increase in calls for stressed but healthy baby wild animals. People often think that…

Patient of the Week: 06/16/23

Coati It’s a raccoon … It’s a ringtail … Its’s a coati! This juvenile female coati was brought to Tucson Wildlife Center after being found in the mountains, moving very…

Patient of the Week: 06/09/23

Gambel’s Quail Chick Tucson Wildlife Center would like to recognize Julia and Lillian, EMTs for AMR Southern Arizona, for going above and beyond the call of duty to rescue an…

Patient of the Week: 06/02/23

King Snake This Kingsnake was one thirsty reptile after being brought to Tucson Wildlife Center, trapped in plastic landscape netting. After releasing him from the netting, his intake exam by…

Patient of the Week: 05/26/23

Gray Fox As a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation hospital, Tucson Wildlife Center cares deeply about the animals we personally rescue or are brought to us for care. Our hope for…

Jim Click Millions For Tucson Raffle

Tucson Wildlife Center is proud to be one of the many charities participating in The Jim Click Millions For Tucson Raffle. This year, the Jim Click Automotive Team is presenting…

Patient of the Week: 05/12/23

Baby Owls (Owlets) Wild baby season is in full bloom and here at Tucson Wildlife Center, it appears to be raining baby owls! We currently are caring for several owlets…

Patient of the Week: 05/05/23

Western Grebe This Western Grebe recently found himself in a tricky situation, when he most likely mistook the light reflected off a paved road for water. Once he landed on…

Patient of the Week: 04/28/23

American Badger Cub Tucson Wildlife Center recently admitted an animal most Arizona residents have probably never seen in the wild … the nocturnal American Badger. This cub, estimated to be…

Patient of the Week: 04/21/23

Happy Earth Day / Barn Owl Release Happy Earth Day! Tomorrow marks the 53rd anniversary of Earth Day, celebrating the preservation of the earth’s natural resources and wild beauty for…

Patient of the Week: 04/14/23

Harris’s Antelope Squirrel Spring is here and baby season at Tucson Wildlife Center has begun! Each spring many species of wildlife in Tucson give birth to their young, and volunteers…

Patient of the Week: 04/06/23

Easter Bunnies (Desert Cottontails) As cute as they are, it is no wonder many people make an impulsive choice to buy baby domestic bunnies, chicks, ducks, and exotic turtles for…

Arizona Gives Day is coming up!

It is on Tuesday, April 04, 2023 What is Arizona Gives Day? This is where you can help make a difference in our community and state. Donations like yours have…

Patient of the Week: 03/31/23

Cactus Wren This little Cactus Wren may have thought she had found the perfect hole for a nest but, instead, found herself partially trapped in a cruel snap trap meant…

Patient of the Week: 03/24/23

Western Burrowing Owl This charismatic Western Burrowing Owl was brought to Tucson Wildlife Center after being found alone and unable to stand in a residential neighborhood. Upon arrival, he was…

Patient of the Week: 03/17/23

Baby Bunnies / Spring Cleaning Tips Baby season is here! Each spring, Tucson Wildlife Center receives many baby bunnies, birds and other wildlife that have been accidentally injured or orphaned…

Patient of the Week: 03/10/23

American Kestrels This small but mighty falcon, the American Kestrel, was, unfortunately, no match for the windshield of a golf cart. After the kestrel’s collision, he was brought to Tucson…

Patient of the Week: 03/03/23

Cooper’s Hawk This injured Cooper’s Hawk got a new lease on life from Tucson Wildlife Center’s volunteer veterinarians Dr. Jeri Dioguardi and Dr. Don Gehringer. A Dove Mountain resident brought…

Patient of the Week: 02/24/23

Pied-billed Grebe Imagine arriving home from work to find an avian hitchhiker in the bed of your truck … even more surprising to realize it is a waterbird and you…

Patient of the Week: 02/17/23

Great Horned Owl After a long recovery, this Great Horned Owl will soon be released back to school. Found under a tree at Sabino Canyon High School, she was lethargic…

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