Although the coronavirus pandemic caused the Wildlife Medical Clinic to close its doors to wildlife patients for the first time in our 42-year history, the good news is, we have been very active during the closure, caring for our ambassadors and remaining patients as well as delivering training remotely to a new group of student volunteers.
And the great news is, we will be ready to accept patients again on Monday, May 18, 2020! Continue reading
To our many followers:
As we prioritize the well-being of our students and other volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wildlife Medical Clinic has suddenly gone from having 150 people working to care for our patients to having only four staff members.
We know that every veterinary hospital, human hospital, and organization of any kind is experiencing unprecedented challenges, and many people are facing serious health concerns. So we’re not complaining. But we’ve had to make some changes to ensure that we are using our limited resources as efficiently as possible. Continue reading
On January 31 st , the Wildlife Medical Clinic successfully hosted its largest single fundraiser of the year, Wild Night Out. Wild Night Out (WNO) is a fun and interactive event open to our veterinary students and faculty. Wildlife Support Fund , a local non-profit organization, hosted this event on our behalf at Papa Del’s Pizza Factory in Champaign.