of Veterinary Medicine
Most of our residents are past patients who were injured and unable to fly. They were treated with the intent of release into the wild, however, medical complications arose which eventually prevented them from achieving a full recovery. Each resident has his or her own story.Our residents serve as ambassadors to the public and help to teach the importance of caring for our environment and the wildlife we share it with. Residents travel with us to grade schools, wildlife events, and even museums to teach people that it is crucial that we make an effort to maintain the natural order of our environment.Your contribution will help to support their care.Which of our fine-feathered friends would you like to adopt for $75 per year?
With your adoption, we'd like to send you a t-shirt, color photo, an information sheet on your resident, a certificate of adoption, and continued updates in the WMC newsletters.
Include your email address in your submission to:
Copyright 2009 College of Veterinary Medicine - University of Illinois Contact webmaster at email@example.com