|About||CROW operates a veterinary teaching hospital, patient rehabilitation grounds and education center on a 12.5-acre campus in Sanibel Island, Florida.|
|Mission||The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife is a teaching hospital and visitor center dedicated to saving wildlife through state-of-the-art veterinary care, research, education, and conservation medicine.|
Welcome to the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) on Sanibel Island, Florida. Established in 1968, CROW is one of the nation's leading wildlife rehabilitation hospitals for Florida's native and migratory wildlife.
A non-profit veterinary hospital, CROW provides medical care for more than 200 species and about 3,500 injured, sick and orphaned wildlife patients every year, with the goal of returning them to their natural habitat.
CROW provides educational opportunities for students from across the United States and other nations to participate in wildlife rehabilitation process while introducing them to conservation medicine.
First place Gulf Guardian Award from the EPA - 2013
CROW won the award for its role in achieving and preserving a healthy and resilient coastline on the Gulf of Mexico.
Florida Society for Ethical Ecotourism Gold Level Certification - 2017 CROW demonstrated its commitment to using best practices for ecological sustainability, natural area management and quality ecotourism experiences.
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence - 2017
|Products||CROW's wildlife themed gift shop carries a variety of toys, clothing, home décor, jewelry and educational items perfect for adults and children. Active members receive a 10% discount on selected items throughout the year. CROW is proud to say that ALL of the proceeds directly benefit patient care in the hospital.|