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Rescuing Wildlife

Before doing anything else, please call us at 540-798-9836. We will  help determine the best and safest solution for wildlife! Animals thrive best in the wild with their natural parent.

There are a lot of ways you can help in the effort to protect our native wildlife.

  • Monetary Donations (one time or recurring)
  • Donate Supplies
  • Volunteer
  • Internship

All donations are tax deductible and recurring donations can be edited or stopped at any time by simply logging into your account.

To find out more details on doing your part, check out our How to Help page.

15 May

Baby Skunk

The baby skunk is doing better! He is in the awkward stage but we are thrilled to see him move around. The patient's condition is still guarded. To donate:Swvawildlifecenter.org

Posted by Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke on Sunday, May 15, 2016
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15 May

Chickadees

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14 May

1 Week Old

Three week old baby skunk arrived last night in critical condition. The eyes closed skunk was found in someone's rear yard. His size and weight meant he was being moved by mom or a predator and dropped. Skunks are born blind and deaf. Rescuers waited for hours and mom never returned. The team is working hard to save this little one as they do with all the animals in our care. To donate:Swvawildlifecenter.org

Posted by Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke on Saturday, May 14, 2016
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14 May

Abigail Altice

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13 May

Woodpeckers

Volunteer Rachel Lucas feeding the Downy Woodpeckers. They fledged a week ago and now fly out of the cage begging for food.To donate:Swvawildlifecenter.org

Posted by Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke on Friday, May 13, 2016
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13 May

Goslings

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5985 Coleman Road, Roanoke, VA 24018

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