Treasure Coast Wildlife Center
wildlife recovery - human discovery
The Treasure Coast Wildlife Hospital operates a comprehensive medical and rehabilitative facility for the care of wild animals. Our clinic receives as many as 3,000 wild patients each year with an average of nine new intakes every day, and this number continues to grow. We provide treatment for a diverse group of animals such as bobcats, eagles, alligators, gopher tortoises, sandhill cranes, and songbirds. Roughly ten percent of the animals we treat are endangered, threatened or a species of special concern. Upon completion of their rehabilitation, most of our patients are either returned to suitable wild habitats or receive permanent residency at our hospital.