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Last week we said goodbye to our long-time resident Mexican gray wolf, Winema (F938).
It's that time of year again - 115 degrees!!
“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” - Winnie The Pooh
It's Independence Day!
For SWCC, summer has the MOST number of animals, the MOST costs and the LEAST visitors.
Biology… the least of what makes someone a mother.
Sadly, we recently said goodbye to one of our resident porcupines.
Recently, one of our newest volunteers went on her very first rescue call.
Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center and Defenders of Wildlife are grateful for the ability to carry-on our missions of saving native wildlife, especially our beloved Mexican gray wolves.
Enrichment is vital to our sanctuary animals’ mental, emotional, and physical health.
Back by popular demand - we're holding a 2nd workshop!
Spring Training. Spring Break. Families flock to Arizona in March.
Please join us for what promises to be a howling good time, as we celebrate the rarity of the Mexican gray wolf, at our annual gala and fundraiser, Dinner with Wolves.
As a holding facility, Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is privileged to be home to 14 Mexican gray wolves.
Stroll with your cocktail as you take a self-guided tour, then enjoy a delicious dinner, followed by silent and live auctions.
Proceeds from this event will benefit Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center, as well as Defenders of Wildlife.
To eat, drink and be hopeful. Register here
We are saving up to purchase a new maintenance golf cart...
Smart as a fox because I'm fur you. Our animals are practicing for Valentine's Day!
Register for Hearts and Howls!
There are still spots available for our unique Valentine's event this Saturday, February 10th! We have some wild love stories to tell! http://bit.ly/2nOfDMX
Recently, Southwest Wildlife received a “flat" visitor in the mail.
While school was closed for Christmas break, a mother bobcat and her two kittens moved in.
Check out what’s on the menu for our black bears today.
As we say farewell to 2017, we ask for your support one more time before the year ends.
Through your tax-deductible donations we continue to make a difference in the lives of injured and orphaned wildlife.
Holiday Thank You
Southwest Wildlife is so thankful for the support from our followers, community, and donors. With your support, we are be able to save wildlife, and spread awareness on living peacefully with our wild neighbors. Thank you!
Goliath our African Sulcata tortoise is a tour favorite!
At Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center our focus is helping animals. But animals are not the only ones that need help. We recently had Hope Kids visit our sanctuary.
Giselle shares her name with another famous model, Giselle Bundchen, and they have that same “come hither” stare.
A poem to be thankful for...
Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center Rescues, Rehabilitates and Releases Southwest mammals that have been injured, orphaned, or displaced. Learn more.
The universal symbol for Fall is the pumpkin. Visit Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center and see what our animals do with this iconic fruit.
Have you heard of a “murder of crows" or a “gaggle of geese”? What do you suppose a group of raccoons is called? Find out here!
Ever wonder if our bears use their hammocks? The answer is, YES! They LOVE their hammocks!
New in the clinic, 3 tiny raccoon kits who somehow hitched a ride on a truck from California.
Birthday party, that is! Leonardo turned 15 years old.
Welcome Kurt and Minty! Two adorable Western Screech owls have joined our family.
A new bear playground will add to the space our black bears can enjoy - and give them more exercise!
It's that pumpkin time of year! Find out how SWCC uses pumpkin for our orphan babies. Hint: no caffeine is involved.
Instead of presents for her birthday Lucie requested for donations for SWCC!
National Wildlife Day
#NationalWildlifeDay is dedicated to bringing awareness to endangered species worldwide, and to acknowledge animal sanctuaries and no-kill animal shelters for all they do to rescue injured and homeless wild and domesticated animals. Learn more at www.nationalwildlifeday.com.
Coyote puppy Araña is a new resident at SWCC. She's still a pup and learning about life at the sanctuary.
Raccoon Kits Are Growing Up
Google says a group of raccoons is called a “gaze.” Thinking I know why. These guys are just one of several gazes of raccoons getting ready for release!
What's up with these adorable baby javelina? Read on...
Thank you Jordan and all the Boy Scouts who have done Eagle Scout projects for SWCC! Learn more about Jordan's project...
Raccoon school is open and there's a lot to learn.
Napping away the morning.
This coyote puppy has a second chance now.
We have a new Education Director!
Do you see the unique pattern of freckles on Tocho's nose?
Dinner with Wolves was another amazing evening!