Tour our facility
We are very proud of our facility and the work we do - so we love to show off our facilities virtually to ensure our wildlife patients are not affected. Craving more wildlife action? Check out our live Critter Cam, featuring patients currently in care at Wild ARC.
Enjoy these photos from our annual Open House event - we invite members of the public to visit behind-the-scenes on one special weekend each year - check out details about our next Open House weekend April 2 & 3, 2016!
Wild ARC Lobby Volunteer & Education Room Examination Room
Indoor Avian Ward I Indoor Avian Ward II Indoor Mammal Ward I
Indoor Mammal Ward II Wildlife Kitchen Flight Pen
Pool Pen Facility Pool Pen I Mammal Pen
Avian Pen - Large Avian Pen - Small Raccoon Nursery Aquatic Pen
Ever wonder what happens to a wild animal when it is admitted? Here are a few of the steps demonstrated with the intake of an injured Northern Saw-whet Owl:
Eye Assessment Wing Assessment
Talon Assessment Tail Assessment Body Condition Check
And the best assessment comes a few weeks later...
Assessment for release day!