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From the staff, volunteers, and sanctuary animals from Tucson Wildlife Center

Giving Tuesday

Save the Date! Giving Tuesday is Nov. 30, 2021. What is Giving Tuesday? Recognized around the world, it is the International Day of Generosity. What are ways you can help?…

Patient of the Week: Common Poorwill

This Common Poorwill was brought into Tucson Wildlife Center after being spotted on the ground and unable to fly away. It’s common to find poorwills and birds similar to them…

National Veterinary Technician week

THANK YOU TO OUR WONDERFUL VET TECHS! It is National Veterinary Technician week and all of us at Tucson Wildlife Center are so grateful for our three veterinary technicians on…

Patient of the Week: Harris’s Hawk

This Harris’s Hawk was found after falling into a citizen’s pool and exhibiting a lack of motor function. Upon being presented to Tucson Wildlife Center, our staff found the reason…

Sharing an Endorsement

Tucson Wildlife Center receives help in so many ways, like in donations, both monetary and in-kind donations.  But another way that we receive help is by word of mouth and…

Tucson Classics Car Show Raffle

The 2021 Tucson Classis Car Show (TCCS) is happening on Saturday October 16, 2021.  Raffle tickets are being sold in which you can win the grand prize of a brand-new…

Patient of the Week: Common Raven

At Tucson Wildlife Center (TWC), one of the most common causes for admission is when birds fly into windows. There are ways to combat this problem such as putting screens…

Patient of the Week: Arizona Grey Squirrel

This cute Arizona Grey Squirrel came to Tucson Wildlife Center down from Ramsey Canyon in Hereford, AZ. This patient was presented to TWC as cold, dehydrated, and orphaned.  After being…

Patient of the Week: Javelina

This juvenile javelina was spotted in Marana after unfortunately getting hit by a car. After citizens notified Tucson Wildlife Center about the situation, a rescue team was sent out to…

Patient of the Week: Sonoran Opossum

Coming all the way from Nogales, AZ, this Sonoran opossum was found alone along the US side of the border. After being brought to Tucson Wildlife Center, this patient was…

PATIENT OF THE WEEK: Sonoran Desert Toad

During this monsoon season, the Tucson area has been highlighted with all kinds of green, whether it be the beautiful and sprawling vegetation or the eye-popping reptiles and amphibians that…

Patient of the Week: Regal Horned Lizard

Also known as a Horny Toad, this beautiful lizard was brought into Tucson Wildlife Center after being caught by a dog. After examination, our veterinary staff identified that the lizard…

Patient of the Week: Juvenile Raccoon

After experiencing inhumane and cruel treatment, this raccoon is making slow but strong progress in healing her wounds. Found with her head and all four limbs bound by tape, this…

Albino Dove release

When you release a beautiful Albino Dove, you set it in some open scrub brush and step way back to watch what it does.  At first, it looks around and…

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