Blue Jay

Meet Patient# 13-0033

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

chipmunk

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.

ducks

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.

flyingsquirrel

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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Raffle to Benefit the Richmond Wildlife Center

Purchase your Raffle ticket with sales benefiting the patient care at the Richmond Wildlife Center. With thanks to Ruth’s Chris Steak House we will be raffling off one (1) $100.00 gift card to Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Enjoy a perfect … Continue reading

Dinner and Show at Godfrey’s Benefiting the Richmond Wildlife Center

On Friday, August 15, 2014 join us and some of our fabulous friends at Godfrey’s for an all you can eat pasta dinner and lavish floor show. For only $10.00 you get a salad, bread and your choice of pasta … Continue reading

Sweet Pea Needs Your Help!

Sweet Pea Needs Your Help!
Please help the Richmond Wildlife Center raise $3,000 by July 31, 2014 to build our education barred owl a permanent home. The Richmond Wildlife Center is the only professional medical wildlife hospital to care for animals in the Richmond area. … Continue reading

Best Intentions, Worst Outcomes: One Young Opossum’s Story

Best Intentions, Worst Outcomes: One Young Opossum’s Story
Contributed by Cristen Lee When rescuing wildlife, we all have the best of intentions. Sadly, sometimes our best intentions are more harmful than helpful. There are a few general guidelines to follow if you come upon an orphaned or injured … Continue reading

Richmond Wildlife Center Re-Nests Red-Shouldered Hawk Nestling with Help of Local Fire Department

Richmond Wildlife Center Re-Nests Red-Shouldered Hawk Nestling with Help of Local Fire Department
The Richmond Wildlife Center received a call about a Red-Shouldered Hawk nestling which had fallen from its nest within an Oak Tree upon the property of a private residence in Bon Air. Our field rescue team responded to the call … Continue reading

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PLEASE NOTE:

At this time 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.