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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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Volunteer! We are an all volunteer organization at this time, to include our veterinary team. Please consider becoming a volunteer today. Administrative, event, facility maintenance, and wildlife care volunteers are needed year round.

Latest News

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

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:

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.