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Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 3:21pm

This plains garter snake was admitted to the WCC on Oct. 6th after getting the end of its tail mowed over by a lawnmower. Our doctors will be amputating the end of the tail, after recovery, she will be released back into the wild!

This plains garter snake was admitted to the WCC on Oct. 6th after getting the end of its tail mowed over by a lawnmower. Our doctors will be amputating the end of the tail, after recovery, she will be released back into the wild!
Monday, September 30, 2019 - 10:41am

Our clothing campaign is almost over! There are only 12 hrs left to purchase a shirt with our unique design featuring our three educational ambassadors! Proceeds from this campaign will go towards the care of our patients and our educational ambassadors. Follow the link below to check out the campaign! 
bonfire.com/wildlife-care-clinic/

Our clothing campaign is almost over! There are only 12 hrs left to purchase a shirt with our unique design featuring our three educational ambassadors! Proceeds from this campaign will go towards the care of our patients and our educational ambassadors. Follow the link below to check out the campaign! bonfire.com/wildlife-care-clinic/
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - 9:59am

We just launched our fall clothing campaign with a new design that features all three of our educational ambassadors! 
This campaign will be open until September 30th. Follow the link below to check out the new design and help support the WCC! 
https://www.bonfire.com/wildlife-care-clinic/

We just launched our fall clothing campaign with a new design that features all three of our educational ambassadors! This campaign will be open until September 30th. Follow the link below to check out the new design and help support the WCC! https://www.bonfire.com/wildlife-care-clinic/
Monday, July 1, 2019 - 10:45am

Hi Supporters! 
The Wildlife Care Clinic offers educational programs for local community groups and schools interested in understanding more about wildlife. Our presentations focus on the natural history of native wildlife with the aim of fostering a deeper respect for animals and their habitats. Programs are designed to meet the needs of the event. Some programs include are Educational Ambassadors Harvey and Screechy! 
If you are interested in setting up a program please email us at wcc@iastate.edu!

Hi Supporters! The Wildlife Care Clinic offers educational programs for local community groups and schools interested in understanding more about wildlife. Our presentations focus on the natural history of native wildlife with the aim of fostering a deeper respect for animals and their habitats. Programs are designed to meet the needs of the event. Some programs include are Educational Ambassadors Harvey and Screechy! If you are interested in setting up a program please email us at wcc@iastate.edu!
Saturday, June 29, 2019 - 8:20am

Wink if you love the Wildlife Care Clinic! Our educational ambassador Screechy the Eastern Screech Owl is enjoying some grass time while nearby interns pick clovers!

To help support Screechy and the Wildlife Care Clinic you can sponsor Screechy through a donation! Check out the sponsorship on our website to learn more! 
https://www.nrem.iastate.edu/wildlife-care-clinic/donate

Wink if you love the Wildlife Care Clinic! Our educational ambassador Screechy the Eastern Screech Owl is enjoying some grass time while nearby interns pick clovers! To help support Screechy and the Wildlife Care Clinic you can sponsor Screechy through a donation! Check out the sponsorship on our website to learn more! https://www.nrem.iastate.edu/wildlife-care-clinic/donate

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.