Blue Jay

Meet Patient# 13-0033

Patient 13-0033, a Blue Jay, admitted as a Window Strike, suffering from both Clavicle and Coracoid Fractures.


Meet Patient #13-0038

Patient 13-0051, an Eastern Chipmunk,was dug up from its nest within a burrow by a dog. Its rescuer kept him for 9 days before he was admitted to us for anorexia and dehydration as a result of improper care.


Patient# - 13-0020 - 13-0032

These Mallard Ducks are learning to dabble, swim, and preen after they became orphans when their mother was hit by a car and killed. Patient #13-0026, who sustained a minor abrasion from the accident is doing very well and healing beautifully.


Meet Patient #13-0038

Patient 13-0038, a Southern Flying Squirrel, was admitted as a cat attack victim and was suffering from severe dehydration as a result of becoming an orphan due to the cat attack.

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Mallard 15-0047 Undergoes Surgery For Wing Fracture

24 hours after surgery, Mallard 15-0047 is doing well. Hit by a car and then attacked by a colony of feral cats, he underwent surgery to pin a wing fracture. The external fixator is visible in the left wing. We … Continue reading

A Wild Fiesta – Our 2nd Anniversary Celebration!

The Richmond Wildlife Center will be celebrating our 2nd Anniversary on April 1st. Join us on Saturday, April 11th at Lalo’s Cocina Bar & Grill to help us celebrate. From lunch time at 12pm until 11pm that evening Richmond Wildlife … Continue reading

Wildlife Week at Pet Supplies Plus

Join us tomorrow, March 21, 2015 from 10am – 4pm as we wrap up Wildlife Week at Pet Supplies Plus. Richmond Wildlife Center volunteers will be present to help point you in the direction of items we need to help … Continue reading

“Promise” The Swan

“Promise” The Swan
FOLLOW ALL UPDATES ON “PROMISE” THE SWAN BY VISITING THIS POST. ** All new updates will be in Blue. Old Updates will be in Black. Follow this post routinely for updates. Thank you! 1/16/2015 – The Virginia Department of Game … Continue reading

Amy Lacey of WRIC TV – Channel 8 News Stops In

News Anchor, Amy Lacey of WRIC TV – Channel 8, stopped in to help raise awareness of our wildlife veterinary facility. We would like to thank Amy and Channel 8 for their support of our wildlife patients and center. The … Continue reading

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We do not accept venomous snakes, healthy fledgling songbirds, healthy orphans, and cannot accept raccoons for long term care at this time. Thank you for your understanding.