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During the past week, the rehabilitation staff have been coming into the Center ‘round-the-clock to feed the three young Black Bear cubs.
This winter, the Wildlife Center of Virginia has had some extra help in caring for its
During winter, most reptiles and amphibians enter brumation (similar to hibernation) to wait out the cold months, but sometimes, individuals are disturbed and run into trouble.
Learn about the Wildlife Center’s current patients and success stories.
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We admitted the first Black Bear cubs of 2024! These three cubs were admitted on Valentine's Day after their den was disturbed at a construction site. They are currently receiving around-the-clock care in the Center's ICU.
This winter, we've admitted several reptiles and amphibians that ran into trouble, and they have one thing in common: they are all tiny!
Do you know what to do if you find a wild animal in need? We have a variety of advice on our website — read more and give us a call for any wildlife emergency.