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Friday, January 17, 2020 - 6:59pm

During this mid-January snowstorm  well take a #flashbackfriday to this summer and dream of warmer days!  This Fox Squirrel sibling trio came in as orphans to the WCC. After receiving daily care and specially-formulated milk replacer, they were successfully released. #wildlife#wildliferehabilitation

During this mid-January snowstorm well take a #flashbackfriday to this summer and dream of warmer days! This Fox Squirrel sibling trio came in as orphans to the WCC. After receiving daily care and specially-formulated milk replacer, they were successfully released. #wildlife#wildliferehabilitation
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 - 9:58am

NEW PRODUCT! Back by popular demand, we have relaunched one of our favorite clothing designs but with a fun new addition! Now available are WCC coffee mugs  Both the clothing and coffee mug campaign will end on February 2nd so order yours at the links listed below today!

Clothing: https://www.bonfire.com/wildlife-care-clinic/
Coffee Mugs: https://www.bonfire.com/wildlife-care-clinic-coffee-mugs/

NEW PRODUCT! Back by popular demand, we have relaunched one of our favorite clothing designs but with a fun new addition! Now available are WCC coffee mugs Both the clothing and coffee mug campaign will end on February 2nd so order yours at the links listed below today! Clothing: https://www.bonfire.com/wildlife-care-clinic/ Coffee Mugs: https://www.bonfire.com/wildlife-care-clinic-coffee-mugs/
Wednesday, January 8, 2020 - 6:19pm

Great Horned Owls are named for the feather tufts (or horns) on top of their heads that they use for communication and displays. 
Here you can see our Educational Ambassador, Harvey, on one of his walks. This is a great opportunity for natural and sensory enrichment! #greathornedowl#wildlife#enrichment#wildlifecareclinic

Great Horned Owls are named for the feather tufts (or horns) on top of their heads that they use for communication and displays. Here you can see our Educational Ambassador, Harvey, on one of his walks. This is a great opportunity for natural and sensory enrichment! #greathornedowl#wildlife#enrichment#wildlifecareclinic
Monday, December 30, 2019 - 5:11pm

We at the Wildlife Care Clinic hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday! Our Holiday Fundraiser has now ended and we wanted to say thank you to all of our supporters for purchasing clothing, candles, and ornaments. Proceeds from fundraisers like these are instrumental in the daily management and care of both our patients and educational ambassadors, Harvey and Tryx. Thank you again for your continued support!

We at the Wildlife Care Clinic hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday! Our Holiday Fundraiser has now ended and we wanted to say thank you to all of our supporters for purchasing clothing, candles, and ornaments. Proceeds from fundraisers like these are instrumental in the daily management and care of both our patients and educational ambassadors, Harvey and Tryx. Thank you again for your continued support!
Friday, November 22, 2019 - 3:53pm

Check out our holiday ornaments! These ornaments are handmade by the WCC team, proceeds from the fundraiser go towards the care of our patients and educational ambassadors! If you want to purchase holiday ornaments use the link below to check out the order form! 
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1m4dYMmJG3pVOW8JhKJ6yEtTpaHiZRdB9TKCBv4ew8-k/edit?usp=sharing

Check out our holiday ornaments! These ornaments are handmade by the WCC team, proceeds from the fundraiser go towards the care of our patients and educational ambassadors! If you want to purchase holiday ornaments use the link below to check out the order form! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1m4dYMmJG3pVOW8JhKJ6yEtTpaHiZRdB9TKCBv4ew8-k/edit?usp=sharing

Hours

The Wildlife Care Clinic is open every day from 8 AM - 6 PM, including holidays. We will not be able to admit wildlife after 6 PM. If you have found an injured, sick or orphaned animal after 6 PM, please do the following. Place the animal cardboard box or other suitable container and leave it in a dark quiet place until you are able to contact our staff. Please do not talk to, hold, or pet the animal, wild animals are extremely stressed and scared when captured it is best to leave them alone. Please do not attempt to feed the animal as this could lead to illness or death. If you are unsure if the animal you found needs help please refer to the wildlife in need tab on our website.