Tucson Wildlife Center, Inc. has been rescuing sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals for 24 years. Our largely volunteer-operated nonprofit provides rescue and release services, medical care, and on-site rehabilitation all free of charge to the public.
Tucson Wildlife Center’s Sam Goldman Wildlife Hospital is the only 24/7/365 hospital in Southern Arizona dedicated to caring for rescued sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife. The hospital broke ground on October 12, 2012, and includes the Bonnie Kay Triage & Treatment Unit, the Ron Fletcher Surgery Unit, and the Katheryne Willock Administrative Building.
With the support of our community, the hospital thrives today, all thanks to generous donors. The hospital features state-of-the-art equipment with veterinary, medical and rehabilitation professionals providing the necessary care to our vulnerable wildlife patients. We hope you enjoy this video tour while meeting a few of our staff and patients.
Tucson Wildlife Center operates on donations and grants and receives no government funding. If you would like to help TWC in its mission, click this link to donate.
And, just a quick reminder … for all who shop online at Amazon, please shop through AmazonSmile and register Tucson Wildlife Center as your designated Charity. We appreciate it, as will all the wild animals in our care!
Watch the video below for the behind-the-scenes tour.