A collection of the most recent videos by CROW about patients, releases and treatments. Be sure to follow our channel on YouTube so you don't miss any of our videos!

Two brown pelicans released after treatment at the clinic. One was found wrapped in fishing line and the other had a wound on its abdomen. 


A striped mud turtle is released on Sanibel after recovering from a fractured carapace (upper shell).


Two recent releases from the CROW clinic! An eastern screech owl on Sept. 21 and a bridled tern on Sept. 22. 


The group of raccoons in our Woods Mammal Enclosure had a little party complete with a piñata full of their favorite foods they eat in the wild.


A burrowing owl (#17-2237) was released in Cape Coral after surviving a cat attack. Due to its injuries, its right eye had to be removed.


Two of the six North American River Otters were released July 27 after nearly five months in care. Thanks to J.N. "Ding" Darling for assisting with the release.


Meet Billy the Armadillo! He is one of CROW's newest editions that is helping teach visitors about the impacts of invasive and "non-native" wildlife in Southwest Florida.