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Patient of the Week: Black-crowned Night Heron

This Black-crowned Night Heron is looking healthy, and has found his barking squawk, after arriving at Tucson Wildlife Center as a dehydrated orphaned nestling. Found near a lake with no nest or adult in sight, the nestling had only minimal down feathers, leaving it helpless and vulnerable to the elements. He has spent his time…

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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. The youngest of the three was found on the side of a road where her mom had been killed. This little one was newly born…

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Patient of the Week: Raccoons

This holiday season, these young raccoons are sticking together as a family. Upon arrival to Tucson Wildlife Center, it was determined they were orphaned as they were cold, dehydrated, and so young that their teeth hadn’t even come in. Over the weeks, they have been watched closely making sure they get everything they need as…

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