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Patient of the Week: 02/10/23

Release Radar: Newborn Javelina Tanque Verde Guest Ranch recently had a very special guest … a newborn javelina found separated from her herd. Often when the herd is disturbed by…

Thank you!

Tucson Wildlife Center would like to give a huge “shout out” to Hughes Federal Credit Union and Diana Madaras. We thank you so much for your support!                 Please check…

Patient of the Week: 02/03/23

Baby Javelina This baby Javelina was brought to Tucson Wildlife Center after being discovered alone, with no herd in sight for over 24 hours. A health assessment by our wildlife…

Patient of the Week: 01/27/23

Great Horned Owl This female Great Horned Owl was found on the ground, unable to stand, in Graham County. The owl’s rescuer captured the bird and brought her to Tucson…

Patient of the Week: 01/20/23

Mourning Dove One of the most recognizable birds of the Sonoran Desert, this Mourning Dove was brought to Tucson Wildlife Center after residents discovered her trapped in their garage. With…

Wildlife Resolutions for 2023

The New Year has arrived, and with it, many of us will make New Year’s resolutions to better ourselves and our communities. During 2023, Tucson Wildlife Center would like you…

Patient of the Week: 12/23/22

Young Bobcat This young Bobcat was brought to Tucson Wildlife Center after being hit by a car. He was only a few months old and had suffered a neck injury…

Summit Hut Days of Giving Program

Summit Hut, an independent, local outdoor store in Tucson AZ, along with brand partner Leki has chosen Tucson Wildlife Center to be one of their donation recipients for the Summit Hut…

Patient of the Week: 12/02/22

Red-Tailed Hawk Thanks to the animal care team at Tucson Wildlife Center, this Red-tailed Hawk is now healthy and flying high. After being hit by a car, she arrived at…

Giving Tuesday 2022

Giving Tuesday is almost here.  It is on Tuesday, November 29th. Why is Giving Tuesday important to us? Tucson Wildlife Center is open 24/7/365 days a year. For us to…

November 2022 Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is almost here. It is on Tuesday, November 29th. Why is Giving Tuesday important to us? Tucson Wildlife Center is open 24/7/365 days a year. For us to…

Patient of the Week: 11/18/22

Cactus Wren This little Cactus Wren (Arizona’s state bird) recently found himself in a sticky situation as he wandered onto a glue trap, unable to escape. Luckily, he was discovered…

Desert Air Market:

Tucson Wildlife Center is honored to be Desert Air Market’s nonprofit beneficiary of their Fall Market this Saturday, November 12, 2022, at the corner of 6th Street and 6th Avenue,…

Release Radar: 11/11/22

Black-crowned Night Herons These two Black-crowned Night Herons are looking healthy as they fly off into the wild. They were brought to Tucson Wildlife Center as dehydrated orphaned nestlings. Found…

Patient of the Week: 11/04/22

Gray Hawk This beautiful Gray Hawk is being treated at Tucson Wildlife Center after he collided with a car and was stuck in the grille. When a bird collides with…

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