Mission: To rescue, rehabilitate, and release back to the wild native animals who are injured, sick, orphaned or displaced. To educate the public on peaceful co-existence with wildlife.
Target demographics: Local injured or orphaned wildlife.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 700 admissions in 2011
Geographic areas served: Southern Arizona
Programs: In 2014, the tucson wildlife center completed costruction on arizona's first and only wildlife hospital. In addition, we received and responded to over 3,000 calls for animal rescues.
provided public education to schools and the general public about peaceful co-existence with native wildlife.