Save a Patient!
CROW admits wildlife with a wide variety of illnesses and injuries. Some have been hurt by automobiles or boats; others have been poisoned by accidental chemical ingestion or tangled up in fishing nets. Wild animals of all ages are brought to the clinic when they face serious disease, and some have simply been orphaned.
CROW's patients do not have health insurance and cannot pay their bills. To continue to provide the care they need and deserve, CROW asks you to help provide for these unfortunate creatures admitted to our clinic. Please click below to support your favorite patient(s).
Fresh Water Turtles
Usually fishing hook ingestion or a collision with a vehicle bring these patients in. In the springtime, female turtles are out of the water searching for a place to lay their eggs. Fractured shells require a course of antibiotics and lengthy wound care.
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Squirrels are brought to the hospital because their nest trees are trimmed or cut down, or they fall from their nests, or, they get caught by cats or dogs.
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Most tortoises are brought to the hospital after collisions with vehicles or lawnmowers and dog attacks.
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Baby otters can be orphaned when a parent is killed or a mother is frightened while moving her young. Adult Otters usually arrive at the clinic following a vehicle trauma.
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Adult raccoons are admitted to the hospital after being hit by a car or trapped in netting or trash. Raccoon babies are generally orphaned, but all raccoons can be victims of systemic diseases.
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Adult bobcats are usually brought to the wildlife hospital after being hit by a car or when they are starving due to an injury or illness that prevents them from hunting. Baby bobcats are generally orphaned because of their parent being killed.
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Fawns are generally orphaned because of their parents being killed.
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Adults often arrive at CROW following territorial disputes, collisions with vehicles, or human assault.
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Fishing line, fishing nets, hooks, plastic debris and environmental toxins can all be deadly for sea turtles. When surfacing to breathe, they are also susceptible to boat propeller strikes.