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Patient of the Week: Chihuahuan Raven

This young Chihuahuan Raven was found on the side of the I-10 freeway near Portal, AZ presumably hit by a car. The raven was grounded and in serious condition with leg paralysis and shock, when it arrived at Tucson Wildlife Center. During treatment and rehabilitation, he struggled to get his legs and feet working again….

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Patient of the Week: Juvenile Ravens

[Sound on for Video below text] These juvenile Ravens are among many young birds, of varying species, arriving at Tucson Wildlife Center this summer emaciated, and in most cases, suffering from injuries. The long-term drought is testing many bird species’ ability to survive in hotter and drier conditions. Nestlings and fledglings such as these young…

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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 TWC volunteers was willing to help with transporting the raven to our hospital. Upon arrival, the reason behind her not flying was clear as she…

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