Newsroom

CROW Case of the Week: Red-Tailed Hawk


A red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) has been referred to as the most common hawk in the continent. In fact, the shrill cry of this species of hawk is reportedly the sound you’ll most likely hear when you see any hawk or eagle, no matter the species, onscreen or in the background of a movie. Red-tailed hawks are not likely to be seen at your backyard bird feeder. This type of hawk would rather go after small mammals, though it is rare for them to attack dogs or cats. You may see them pair up with another similar hawk while guarding opposite sides of a tree in pursuit of tree squirrels. more...

Visit CROW over the Labor Day Weekend!


In honor of the Labor Day weekend, The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) AWC Visitor Education Center will be open on Saturday, August 31 from 10am to 4pm.. more...

CROW Case of the Week: Eastern Spotted Skunks


The eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius) is smaller and more slender than its more familiar cousin, the striped skunk. Sporting a weasellike body shape, the spotted skunk averages 12 to 14 inches in length and one to three pounds in weight. more...

CROW Case of the Week: Mind Your Line


To catch a fish, it takes knowledge, patience and the right fishing gear. But, while fishing line and hooks can reel in a good catch for an angler, fishing gear can also be a killing device for innocent wildlife. more...

Meet the New Veterinary Intern


Dr. Megan Cabot has joined the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildife (CROW) as its newest Wildlife and Conservation Medicine Intern. The year-long veterinary internship began on July 1. more...