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Each year, thousands of animals come to us in desperate need of healing and care, which skilled staff and volunteers at our five animal care centers provide. While the animals receive care and get a second chance at life, our campaigns work to end the intentional cruelty and accidental suffering that result in abuse and injury to animals in the first place. Learn more about our care centers—and meet the animals that your support allows us to rescue and save each year.  

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News from the Animal Care Centers

  • May 19, 2015

    Black-crowned Night-Heron Makes Full Recovery at SFWC

    When a Black-crowned Night-Heron was brought to the SFWC wildlife hospital with a badly injured wing, veterinarians found his treatment especially challenging. Not only would the small size of the fractured bone and the threat of infection from a wound over the fracture complicate healing, there was the additional challenge of ensuring this shy, delicate bird was able to eat and heal despite the stress of captivity.

  • April 28, 2015

    Ring-billed Gull Recovers from Two Fractured Wings at SFWC

    South Florida Wildlife Center is incredibly lucky to have multiple, extremely talented, veterinarians on our staff. And with one of our most recent patients—a Ring-billed Gull—having more than one veterinarian on staff proved essential to this patient’s recovery.

  • April 2, 2015

    Volunteer at Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch and Doris Day Equine Center

    Interested in caring for animals? Having a hand in helping animals in other ways? Volunteer at the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch and Doris Day Equine Center in Texas.

  • March 25, 2015

    Pelican With an Injured Wing Makes a Full Recovery at SFWC

    The South Florida Wildlife Center cares for wildlife from all around South Florida. We are incredibly fortunate to have three wildlife rescue ambulances for cases where the injured animal cannot be brought to us or the animal’s condition requires retrieval by an expert in wildlife rescue. Such was the case with an injured pelican brought in by one of our rescue teams after someone reported seeing him in distress.

  • March 24, 2015

    Three Baby Owls Are Recovering at Fund for Animals Wildlife Center

    Spring is in the air, which for most people means warmer weather and longer days, but for the wildlife rescue and rehabilitation community it means baby season. And this baby season has started off a little earlier than expected with our Fund for Animals Wildlife Center taking in three baby Great Horned Owls from the same nest over the course of one week.

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