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CROW Welcomes New Education/Marketing Intern


Alison Reece has joined the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) as its newest Conservation Education and Marketing Intern. The six-month internship began on June 1. more...

Visitor Education Center Closed amid COVID-19 Concerns


The health and safety of our visitors, staff, students and volunteers is of the utmost importance to the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife to ensure we are able to continue our mission. Due to ongoing concerns over COVID-19 and preventing its spread, the Visitor Education Center will be closed Monday, March 16 through Saturday, March 21. Please check our social media and website for future updates. THE WILDLIFE HOSPITAL WILL REMAIN OPEN DURING NORMAL OPERATING HOURS TO ACCEPT AND TREAT WILDLIFE PATIENTS. If you find injured, sick or orphaned wildlife, please call our hospital at (239) 472-3644 ext. #222. more...

CROW Treats, Releases Female Bobcat


The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) treated and released a sub-adult, female bobcat on Thursday, May 14 after it was hit by a vehicle on Buckingham Road in Fort Myers. more...

CROW Case of the Week: Opossum Babies


Opossum babies (Didelphis virginiana) are very common patients at CROW, so much so that the clinic has a designated Virginia opossum room. Often times, their mothers are accident victims. Motherless, the babies are raised at CROW with a shot at being released to the wild. more...

CROW Case of the Week: Diamondback Terrapin (#20-1702)


The diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) normally resides in brackish coastal tidal marshes of eastern and southern parts of the nation. It is sonamed due to the multiple “diamond-shaped” rings on its carapace. more...