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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.

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

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.

10 Jan

Eagle Scout

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9 Jan

Clean Opossum

Espresso, our education opossum cleaning up! Virginia Opossums are actually very clean animals. The low body temperature of the VAOP keeps their chances of contracting and transmitting disease minimal. Ticks are attracted to their light color and eaten when they groom, making them nature's natural tick eradicator. To donate:Swvawildlifecenter.org

Posted by Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center on Saturday, January 9, 2016
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8 Jan

Cooper’s Hawk release

Cooper's Hawk released today.To donate:Swvawildlifecenter.org

Posted by Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center on Friday, January 8, 2016
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8 Jan

Cooper’s Hawk

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5 Jan

Espresso

Espresso, our education opossum anxiously waiting on her dinner. To donate:Swvawildlifecenter.org

Posted by Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center on Tuesday, January 5, 2016
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3 Jan

Northern Cardinal

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