WMC Blog


Over 2000 Canada geese and a single greater white-fronted goose seen during a birding trip.

Case Report: Tyrannosaurus Rex

On April 1, 2024, a juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex (T-rex) presented to the clinic after being found with a leg injury. The triage team rushed into action, already prepared to handle a species never seen at…
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Thank You, Bri!

Our wonderful student managers have one of the most important roles in the Wildlife Medical Clinic (WMC). They are the eyes on the floor that keep track of every single patient that comes through the…
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Preparing for Spring Migration

Spring migration is a magical time when birds return to their breeding grounds after a long winter. However, this journey can be perilous, with various challenges along the way. Dr. Stephany Lewis DVM CWR DABVP…
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Third-Year Students’ Appreciation Post

At the Wildlife Medical Clinic, students are the doctors. Under the guidance of our faculty and staff, students learn to formulate treatment plans, work up procedure details, and be closely involved with their patients’ day-to-day…
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