Caring for New England’s wildlife and advancing conservation medicine

Tufts Wildlife Clinic is an integral part of Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, providing veterinary students with in-depth training in wildlife and conservation medicine. Each year more than 3,000 wildlife patients—from barn owls to bears—receive expert care from Cummings faculty and students in the clinic’s state-of-the-art medical and rehabilitation facilities.

Through Tufts Wildlife Clinic and the Center for Conservation Medicine, faculty conduct cutting-edge research in conservation medicine, infectious disease, and other topics concerning wildlife, people, and the environment. The clinic also works closely with regional zoos, aquaria, wildlife organizations, wildlife rehabilitators, and government agencies to protect and care for wildlife.

Your gift to Tufts Wildlife Clinic will provide excellent care for wildlife patients and prepare tomorrow’s leaders in wildlife and conservation medicine. Make a gift today.

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