About the Wildlife Hospital


The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW)  hospital is a fully equipped 4,800-square-foot state-of-the-art facility designed to care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.  The objective is to provide the medical and rehabilitative treatment necessary to assure that recovered patients can be released back to the wild.

CROW’s reputation as a teaching hospital has attracted students from a vast number of veterinary schools in the country, as well as internationally.  Students work long hours and are very dedicated to learning how to care for the native and migratory species that CROW sees as patients. 

In 2019, CROW accepted 35 Extern students (three to 12 weeks) consisting of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Technician and Undergraduate students. CROW accepted 2 visiting veterinarians (1 to 2 week periods), 8 students into our 6-month fellowship program, 1 student into our 1-year Wildlife Care and Education Internship, and 4 interns into our Wildlife and Conservation Medicine Internship for DVMs (6 to 12 months) and 3 interns into our Conservation Education and Marketing internship over the course of the year. Overall 22 of the 50 states were represented as well as the countries of Belgium, Ireland, Mexico, Scotland, and West Indies. Students worked over 28,000 hours for CROW during 2019.

 

Who are our patients and where do they come from?

Check out our infographic for the hospital in 2019! (Click the version below for a full-size image!)

 

 

 

 Visit our Social Media Pages to view some of our patients and learn their story.