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CROW Case of the Week: Glue Trap Victims (#19-1656)


Glue traps are trays, cardboard, fiberboard or plastic coated with an extremely sticky adhesive that is often used to capture rodents, insects and snakes. Unfortunately, these animals and many other animals get stuck to this type of surface and usually suffer a slow death by starvation or suffocation. more...

CROW Case of the Week: Red-breasted Merganser (#19-1264)


The red-breasted merganser (Mergus serrator) is a long-bodied, diving duck with an impressive crown that involves a punk-style shaggy crest of feathers up top. It tends to swim with its head partially submerged to ready itself to dive after prey, which is usually small fish speared with its jagged bill. more...

CROW Case of the Week: North American River Otter (#19-0230)


The North American river otter (Lontra canadensis) is a member of the weasel family. It makes its home in a burrow, called a den or a holt, near the water’s edge. These dwellings feature numerous tunnels, one of which is connected to the water. more...

Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with CROW!


In honor of World Migratory Bird Day (May 11, 2019), the Clinic for the Rehabilitation (CROW) will host a special presentation about plastic pollution on Thursday, May 9 at 1 p.m. in the AWC Visitor Education Center. more...

CROW Case of the Week: Nine-Banded Armadillo (#19-1211)


The nine-banded armadillo (Dasypodidae) is found mostly in the southern part of the country or south of the border, but its range has expanded to some central U.S. states. They do prefer warmth and wet climates and reside in habitats that have trees or grassland. more...