WMC Blog

Ambassador Animals Crossword Puzzle

Want to test your skills and see how much you know about our ambassador animals? Try out this cool crosswords puzzle and put your knowledge to the test! Feel free to go on our Facebook…
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Therapy in Reptiles

At the end of August, an adult male Midland Painted Turtle presented to the Wildlife Medical Clinic from a rehabilitator after it was suspected to have been hit by a car. This patient had a…
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New Student Manager

We would like to introduce our new student manager- Riley Dunwoody! Riley will transition full time into her new role as a student manager in March when Brianna Huff, our current senior student manager, moves…
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Winter Wildlife Safety

With the weather getting colder, many wildlife are seeking warm places to spend the winter days. Dr. Stephany Lewis and Dr. Erica Bender join CiLiving to share with the community what pest control items are…
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A close up shot of a great horned owl patient. One of its eyes is cloudy but the patient is attentive

Owl Oddities

Owls are one of the most unique raptors but are also a frequent species that we see at the Wildlife Medical Clinic. From the majestic Great Horned Owl to the small but mighty Eastern Screech…
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Dr. Whittington

When we look back on 2023, it was an eventful year at the Wildlife Medical Clinic, with many joyful moments and happy tears. As we move into 2024, we are grateful to have you joining…
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Critters Uncaged

What do wild animals do during the winter? Some migrate to other parts of the world and some stay right here year round. Join CiLiving, Dr. Stephany Lewis, and student, Tyson Jenkins to learn what…
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The Prairie State

Imagine: a grassland stretching as far as the eyes can see, dotted here and there with small patches of trees. Great herds of animals cross the land, grazing on the plentiful vegetation. The disturbance they…
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