The Wildlife Center of Virginia is a hospital for native wildlife, teaching the world to care about and to care for wildlife and the environment

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WCV’s free online medical record system allows standardized information to be recorded on each patient and assists rehabilitators with patient management.

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What's New

November 20, 2015

As you start your holiday shopping this season, check out the variety of gifts that the Wildlife Center offers. They’re great for everyone on your list, and your support saves wild lives!

November 26, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 25, 2015

On the morning of November 25, a citizen found a Pied-billed Grebe on a road in Waynesboro, Virginia, just across town from where the Wildlife Center is located.

Critter Corner

Learn about the Wildlife Center’s current patients and success stories.

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Critter Cams

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Holiday Shopping Guide

Looking for something extra special this holiday season?  How about a Caring for Critters sponsorship ... a "Life is Wild" shirt ... a beaver puppet ... an eagle pad ... or a Critter Cam Sponsorship? Check out our holiday shopping guide!

Caring for Critters Spotlight

Join us on the Critter Cam’s moderated discussion each day November 18 through December 18. We’ll be focusing the spotlight on one of our 25 non-releasable animals for about 15 minutes each day. Join us, and learn more about these amazing ambassadors!

Hospital Cam

Hospital Cam is scheduled for Wednesday, November 25!  Join us on Critter Cam 1 to see a special behind-the-scenes look into the Wildlife Center's hospital. Treatments start at 9:00 a.m. Eastern. 

Online Wildlife Book Club

Every other month, the Wildlife Center hosts an online book club on the Critter Cam moderated discussion. Join us for our next meeting, on December 2, as we discuss "The Great Penguin Rescue" by Dyan deNapoli

Bald Eagle Tracking

The Wildlife Center is currently tracking the post-release movements of eight Bald Eagles.  See where the eagles are now!

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