NEWS FROM THE SANCTUARY
KEEP UP WITH WHAT'S HAPPENING - HERE'S THE LATEST!
This Wildlife Weekly blog post gives details on how a variety of southwest mammals - bobcats, coyotes, skunks, porcupines, etc. - defend themselves in the wild.
This post in our Wildlife Weekly series gives some fun facts on animal fur and how it's different/similar to human hair.
SWCC's mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release orphaned, injured, or displaced wildlife. Read about the planning and forethought that goes into the Third R: Release in this informative blog post.
Coyote dads are amazing fathers. This post tells the story of one of our coyote foster dads, Moon, as well as the criteria SWCC looks for when choosing wild "foster parents" for our injured, orphaned, or displaced infant wildlife.
"Mangy" coyotes - what are they? How can you help? This blog post explains the medical condition "mange," its effects on wildlife, and how you can help if and when you see any wildlife in distress.
Read the story of Heavenly, our 7-foot tall, 600-pound, peanut butter-loving black bear.
Spring means baby animals - but remember to leave young wildlife alone
SWCC was the Front page article in April Frontdoors Magazine
We continue to serve our mission. Animal Care continues 24/7. Our veterinary hospital remains open for wildlife emergencies.
In an effort to avoid further spread of COVID-19 (the coronavirus) we are canceling all our regularly scheduled tours at the sanctuary, until further notice.
Sorry - this event is canceled. Wednesday, March 18, 5-7 PM - Lessons learned about wildlife monitored by the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy and its partners
Treat your love to something wild for Valentine's Day!
You just never know what Santa will bring you! See the video!
6TH ANNUAL HOWL-O-WEEN PARTY is Saturday, October 26!
Register online then come out, bring the kids and trick-or-treat around the sanctuary.