Tucson Wildlife Center, Inc.
Located in: Eastside District
Tucson Wildlife Center, founded in 1998, is the only wildlife hospital in Southern Arizona. The nonprofit center is dedicated to the rescue, emergency medical care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife before return to the wild, while promoting education, habitat protection and peaceful coexistence with wildlife. TWC rescues wildlife big and small, from hummingbirds and hawks to baby bunnies and bobcats. From October through April, TWC offers tours of the Center, where visitors can walk through the state-of-the-art hospital and learn about our dozen or so sanctuary animals. Please call for more information. TWC also offers educational programs to schools and community organizations.
- Website Listing Tag(s): Plants & Animals/Plantas y Animales
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