Crow is a teaching hospital and visitor education center dedicated to saving wildlife through state-of-the-art veterinary care, research, education and conservation medicine.
CROW's Visitor Education Center (VEC) offers behind-the-scenes views into CROW's animal care through live camera feeds, interactive displays and daily presentations by students, staff and volunteers.
Each year, CROW cares for more than 5,000 wildlife patients including more than 200 species of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in its veterinary hospital, which is one of the nation’s leading rehabilitation facilities for native and migratory wildlife.
CROW offers educational fellowships and externship programs for undergraduate students, and internship programs for veterinarian graduates.
Volunteers are the cornerstone of CROW and each year more than 200 volunteers dedicate thousands of hours helping rescue, care for and rehabilitate wildlife.
CROW's Mission: The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife is a teaching hospital and visitor education center dedicated to saving wildlife through state-of-the-art veterinary care, research, education and conservation medicine
Volunteers are the foundation of CROW. Approximately 200 volunteers provide support in various areas of the organization helping give wildlife a second chance. Without their unselfish dedication, CROW would not be able to fulfill its mission. In 2018, volunteers donated 21,562 hours of service.
The Clinic 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.